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Jeweler for 49 Years
The world's best
timepieces . . from
designer styles to deep-
sea divers' watches. Many
special features. Men's, women's,
ALBION B. STONE
160 Union Street
New Bedford. 992-2922
LOVE, FRIENDSHIP, SYMPATHY,
CONGRATULATIONS, THANK YOU
y FLOWER SHOP
Tony and Millie Roderick
486 Pleasant St., New Bedford
Enoch Win slow is 90
Winslow is a name well known in Ply-
mouth and Mattapoisett . Some descendants
of the first colony after they had a chance
to look around found the finest harbor on
the coast of Buzzards Bay and moved to Mat-
tapoisett. Enoch Winslow of Park Street,
Mattapoisett, is a direct descendant of that
"Mayflower" Winslow and not only has great
skill in his hand but also in his head both
of which he used for over 50 years in a prac-
tice of his craft and service to his fellow
townspeople. Enoch set up in business in
Mattapoisett center in about 1919 or 1920.
He operated one of the two early garages
in the village on the comer of Church and
Barstow Streets across from the Congre-
gational Church. When first married to his
wife, Viola, they lived in a small apart-
ment over the garage while he built their
first home on Barstow Street. That was
the first of 12 homes Enoch has built in
his day and that first home on Barstow
Street led to the building of 2 more (opposite
the library). As well as the 12 homes, he
constructed Sylvia's Market on Church
Street. Home building, however, was just
a sideline for his craftsman's hands.
CALL US FOR ALL YOUR
"Honestly, it's the
■ "The Friendly Insurance Office"
628 Pleasant St. , New Bedford 997-3321
Kohler of Kohler
REGISTERED - ^37 I
623 WASHINGTON ST. , FAIRHAVEN
PRESTO PRESS September 5, 1979
Open 7 Days
m m W^^J *'^°"^Sh Thurs. 11:30 AM to 10:30 FM
^^^^^ M flF ^^^r Friday and Saturday 11:30 AM to 11:30 IM
Restaurant . . .
LOUNGE open 'til 2 AM Nightly
AND THE QUAUTY, THE VARIETY, OUR SERVICE
AND OUR MOST REASONABLE PRICES
PRIME RIB DINNER $7'^
includes your choice of soup and salad, potato and vegetable
CATTLEMEN'S CUT $8
includes your choice of soup and salad, potato and vegetable
ROAST BEEF OPEN STEAK
SANDWICH *5'° SANDWICH *5
Either served as you like it! Your choice of one of the following:
tossed salad, mashed, baked potato, side of spaghetti or vegetable.
N.Y. SIRLOIN BEEF KEBAB >6''
^ ^ Tender cubes of Sirloin Steak broiled with
t mushrooms, peppers, onions and tomatoes
salad, potato and vegetable t served on a bed of rice pilaf with your
choice of soup or salad and vegetable.
We also Serve the Finest in
SHRIMP & RIB $7 25 Seafood and
SPECIAL / . ... ^. ,
Two Baked Stuffed Shrimp and a Slice of Prime Rib served
with soup or salad, potato, vegetable, roll and butter.
September 5, 1979 PRESTO PRESS 3
AND YES, WE HAVE
WE GROW IT - PICKED FRESH DAILY
Olde Oxford Farms
Fresh Fruit and Produce
ROUTE 6, FAIRHAVEN 997-4340
Enoch's great talent is in the building
of bass boats. In about 1930 he went into
business with Floyd Tinkham and set up
a boat shop. He has built about 30 boats
DELICIOUS ! ALL KINDS
P.M. to 11 P.M,
FISH 'N CHIPS
WE SERVE COCKTAILS
RTE. 105, MARION
34 MIDDLE STREET
TO LAYER OVER
IN KITS & PATTERN BOOKS
9:30-7. Sat. 'til 5. Closed Wed.
EL ECTRICAL CQ.J NC
3.E. Major Appliance
Off Rte.6, Marion
FOR DEPENDABLE, EFFICIENT AND ENJOYABLE DRIVING. . .
WHEEL BALANCING '
• TUNE UP
• BRAKE WORK
Open 7 to 5 Weekdays
Closed Saturday & Sunday
WALTER'S ARCO <> STATION
ROUTE 6. PAIRHAVEN - 992-0305
and they are justly famous on this coast.
No need to advertise these boats because
one owner would recommend Enoch to a
friend. His daughters recall that he would
come home every year or so and tell them
he had a new boat to build. He'd say
that this man had come in recommended
by so and so and had commissioned a
twin engine bass boat of 50 ft. or so.
They would say, "That's fine Dad, what
is the man's name?" He'd answer, "Why
I don't know. I can't recall that his name
was mentioned." Then he'd go right ahead
and start construction with every confi-
dence that his unknown sponsor would be
back eager for a look at the developing
boat. They never failed to appear but it
was a family joke that he never knew who
he was building for. In 1960, Clark Uni-
versity commissioned him to build the prac-
tice barge for the training of the racing crew.
The boat shop was sort of the gathering spot
in town. It was the unofficial clubhouse of
the cronies of Enoch who would drop in to
kibitz and "chew the fat" as they watched
Enoch work on his latest. The whine of the
saw was the music and the aroma of the fresh
sawdust was always in the air as the planks
were bent with great skill to marry with the
frame. The pals would sit around in ancient
chairs and impart the latest news to each
VAC All OH Comini Up-
WE WELL BE CLOSING SUNDAY, SEPT. 9
FOR A TWO -WEEK VACATION . . .
See you before - or after !
The Bl$ck$mifh Shop^
ROUTE 6, MATTAPOISETT
1 to 5 P.M. Closed Wednesdays
PRESTO PRESS September 5,1979
Electric Rate Hike! Gas Deregulated! Oil Prices Zoom! Supplies?
^/le Studio ^Lo,
HARBOR ROAD - MATTAPOISETT, MASS 02739
(Off Mattapoisett Neck Rd. )
Spark Mat additional
Converts your fireplace into an efficient
home heater that can save up to 60%
and more on
home heating costs.
Hearth Mate is listed by the Underwriters
Laboratories, Inc. — the best assurance that it is
built to meet today's performance and safety
standards. And, Hearth Mate Is the only fireplace
stove with all these important features:
• UL listed • Airtight control draft design • Adjusta-Loc''' Lintel Clamps
• Solid cast iron door with embossed design • Superior cam door lock
• Air-circulating heat shield • Easy-set exhaust damper • Smoke retention
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September 5, 1979 PRESTO PRESS 5
...very 5utta.ble. !
jAcKet IS fully lined
2^i-\d bax;K vented
a>.r\d smootH fitting
other and in addition to these regulars,
most everyone in town would wander in,
welcome to check the progress of the work.
When a boat was finished and ready for
launch in the Spring it was more than just
a private delivery. It was a town occasion
that drew most everyone in the vicinity to
watch the maneuver out of the shop and
onto the railway (later the ramp) at the
wharf. It was the occasion of Spring and
the owner's pride was wonderful to behold.
No longer an unknown stranger, he would
have become, by this time, a warm friend
and lifetime booster of the Winslow boat
In 1968 at the same stand, Enoch, working
mostly alone, built his last bass boat for
a man who could hardly believe his luck at
PARTS & SERVICE
WF SERVICE COIN OPERATED MACHINES
WASHING MACHINE REPAIRING ON ALL MAKES
0(1., r fl, S'.,.-.o,)m
87 M&IN STREET, F&IRH&VEN
a bookstore for children
34 Barstow Street, Mattapoisett. MA. 02739 617-758-6542
A new supply of LITTLES books is in.
openMon. - Sat., 9:30-5:00
finding this Winslow still working at the
boat building craft. Enoch then "retired"
to the backyard of his home on Park Street
where he constructed a boatshop where he
constructed a boatshop where he could re-
pair herreshoffs and build skiffs .
His hands are amend the few that could
repair the finely fitted planks of the wood-
en herreshoff hulls and owners brought
their boats to him for ministration when
In addition to all this, Enoch served the
town of Mattapoisett for over 50 years in
various capacities mostly as Assessor.
He was road commissioner one year. In
one period the Winslow brothers were sort
of a role call of town government. Ed was
a member of the School Cbmmittee, Hallett
was Treasurer, Enoch was Assessor and
Raymond was on the Water Board.
As Enoch celebrated his 90th year on
Monday, it was also Labor Day. That in
itself is fitting for a life dedicated to a
labor of love by highly skilled hands guided
by a keen mind.
Happy Birthday from all the town to a true
town father .
Enoch's late wife, Viola, was telephone
We axe now featuring a
beautiful new line of
Invitations and announcements
NORTH AMERICAN BUSINESS FORMS, INC.
34 BARSTOW STREET, MATTAPOISETT,- MASS
6 PRESTO PRESS September 5, 197 9
Route 6 on the Weweantic. 748-97 00
Get ready for Fall
with a September
4 'til Closing
Happy Hour all other days 4 to 8
will be held at the Cubmaster's house on
Monday, September 10th, at 8:00 P.M.
E. Robert Garde, Cubmaster
operator in Mattapoisett for many years
when the telephone office was on the corn-
er of Church and Mechanic Streets and
dialing your own number hadn't reached
Enoch makes his home with his step-
daughter, Alice Landis, on Park Street.
His daughters are Barbara Wenstrom who
lives in Ellsworth, Maine, and Priscilla
Thompson of Castleton on Hudson, New
York and Mattapoisett.
Cub Scout Pock 53
REGISTRATION FOR ALL CUBS
Mattapoisett Cub Scout Pack 53 will hold
the first Pack Meeting of the year on Thurs-
day, September 6th, 7:00 P.M. at the Con-
gregational Church Hall. This is registra-
tion night for all Cubs - old and new.
Please bring the aluminum cans collected
during the summer for recycling .
If anyone has old Cub Scout uniforms for
the Uniform Swap, please bring them to the
pack meeting or call Mrs. Haley at 758-9338
An orientation meeting for den mothers
. DRY CLEANING \
. SHIRTS I
. LAUNDRY !
1 ROUTE 6
. RUG SERVICE
. FUR STORAGE
. SHOE REPAIR !
8 -5, Mon. - Fri. Saturdays 'til 4:30. Closed Wed.
RED ROSES IN WINTER. What luxury! And ours
will last all winter long. We've scattered them on a
background of pure winter white cotton flannelette.
Crisp eyelet edges the sleeves, neckline and gathered
yoke of our classic granny gown. In sizes petite, small,
medium, large. White.
183 HUTTLESTON AVE., FAIRHAVEN. 993-1633
9:30 to 5:00 Monday tlirough Saturday
September 5, 19 79 PRESTO PRESS
WB HIGH & THE MIOHJY
INVADING THE DO-
MINION OF THE BIRDS
THESE TWO ROOFERS AT
CENTER SCHOOL ARE
SHOWN (RIGHT) RE-
PLACING THE ROOF
SLATE ON THE CLOCK
TOWER WITH ASPHALT
SHINGLES. ONE THING
IS CERTAIN, THERE
WILL NEVER BE ANOTHER
80 YEAR ROOF ON THIS
SMALLER PHOTO IS FROM
OUR FILES SHOWING THE
LAST TRIP BY A MAN TO
THE PEAK OF THE TOW-
ER. IT WAS ABOUT 7
YEARS AGO THAT THE
MAN ON THE BOSUN'S
CHAIR WAS LFTED BY
CRANE TO REPLACE
THE STORM DAMAGED
WEATHER VANE. CER-
TAINLY THE VIEW MUST
BE SPECTACULAR FOR
THOSE NERVES STEADY
ENOUGH TO IGNORE
THE DROP TO THE
More Photos Page 10
September 5, 1979
. 105 ROCKDALE
AVEi . . • enter
thru the Colonial
LAST 3 DAYS
SALE ENDS SAT.
SAVINGS OF 20%
September 5, 19 79 PRESTO PRESS
RIO / SOUTH AMERICAN/ CARIBBEAN '.
CRUISE - NOV. 10
3 NIGHTS IN RIO - ACCOMMODATIONS
11 DAY CRUISE (OUTSIDE CABIN)
NORWEGIAN AMERICAN "VISTA FJORD"
FLY HOME TO N.Y. (AIR INCLUDED)
$2174.00 Per Person
748-2760. Plymouth Savings Bank Building
340 FRONT STREET, MARION.
Open Mon. -Fri. & Saturday morning
AIR . RAIL . STEAMSHIP
OUR SERVICE IS FREE, OUR KNOWLEDGE IS PRICELESS
All Your Travel Requirements
Virginia C. Cain . Jackie Goodenough . Pat Petit
COME ON UP - THE WEATHER'S FINE . . .
BUT PHOTOGRAPHER WIN JENNEY DECLINED
THE INVITATION IN FAVOR OF SOME INTER-
ESTING PLAYS OF LIGHT AND SHADOW.
Selectmen's Meeti ng
SENIOR AIDE PLUS COORDINATOR APPROVED
Mattapoisett' s Council on Aging succeeded
in obtaining the town fathers' approval to
hire not only a senior aide but also a co-
ordinator for their office . According to
Joyce McAteer of Coastline Elderly Ser-
vices the Mattapoisett Council on Aging
will advertise , interview and do the hir-
ing of the coordinator. She explained that
the specifications for an aide require the
hiring of a person who would not be quali-
fied to answer the telephone and file and
set up the office. Accordingly, a coordi-
nator would be necessary to do these tasks
and teach the aide. She said that the aide
also is needed to be an outside contact to
seek out the elderly and to ask them what
they need. The aide would call house to
house with questionnaires to ask what is
required so that the Council on Aging can
proceed to fill the wants of the elderly.
at Factory Prices
Over 400 frames to choose from.
SALE on mats and factory second frames
Ask for David or Q:aig Ripple at The Country Bam,
428 Wasliington Street, (Rt. 6) Fairhaven
Across from G. Bourne Knovvles
Country Whip^r^ 1|
IN ACUSHNET ^^^^ \
Junction of Main St. & 1^5 j
Soft Ice Cream
Steamed Hot Dogs - Chili
Dogs - Linguica Sandwiches
on Portuguese Rolls - Stuffed
Quahogs - French Fries - Onion Rings
Open 10-9, 7 Days a week. (Grill closes at 8:30)
WE HAVE ICE - Blocks & Cubes
Hicrc's no excuse for a chimney fire
. . . only neglect.
Tootle Chimney Sweeps
108 Tootle I^uic • Aciishnet, Mass. ()27W
10 PRESTO PRESS September 5, 1979
Willi the children back in school,
now is perhaps the time to make an
herb wreath, join classes inMacrame,
enjoy our coffee, meet new friends.
' * CLASS WILL BE HELD ONE DAY 9 TO 2
or 2 DAYS WITH 2 -HOUR SESSIONS. Umit 5 per class.
CANNING TOMATOES AVAILABLE
Spiced Pickled Beets - Apple Cider Vinegar - FREE RECIPES
FAIR VIEW FARM
Part of Tripp's Farm, cor. Perry Hill Rd. & Main St. , Acushnet
8 to 5 Daily except Tues.G Thurs.'til 8:30
- 995-0422 (995-1280 after 5 FM)
It was explained that many people are too
independent and proud to come forward
voluntarily so that it is necessary to go
to them, and the aide should be expected to
make no more than 2 calls a day as old
people like to talk. It was suggested that
the low income elderly housing to be built
would greatly increase the needs of the
Selectman R. William Blasdale said that the
people who put these people in Mattapoi-
sett should take care of them - that the State
agency who would fill the home with out-
siders should not burden the Mattapoisett
The Selectmen agreed to an aide and a 6-
months' trial period for a coordinator but
they said, "If there is not a need please
don't create them." They said that the town
believes in home rule but will go along
on a limited basis with the Council's de-
mands. On the other hand, they want it
understood that they want no program
built that is not necessary. They do want
to see that older people in town are cared
Now in - Our Fine Selection of
Caspari, Workshop, Gordon Fraser
- (j sitting duck
55 Front Street, Marion. 748-0960
Hours Mon. - Sat.
ftesenting, for warmth, comfort, good looks and styUng:
the world's foremost internationally recognized sheepskin
jackets, manufactured from sueded sheepskin shearling
(double -face, Lammvelour) by Sawyer Tanning Company
in an operation not equalled by similar products. These
garments are handcrafted, individually cut, sewn, Mm-
med and inspected.
Resistant to all kinds of weather; skins have
been preserved for a lifetime.
Colorfast surface; will not rainspot.
ALSO - Just Arrived -
LADIES' PEA COATS and DUFFLE COATS
MARION SPORTS SHOP
Open Sunday mornings 9 - 12. Weekdays 9 - 6. Saturdays 9 - 5 ,
290 FRONT ST, , MARION
September 5, 1979 PRESTO PRESS 11
jj^^ and Accessories
displayed in an early
Sea Captain's home.
Open daily 12 to 5 P.M.
115 Green Street,
R.iiikAmctu .iifl I M.isUt Chargfj
for as they always have been in the past.
TOWN HALL PLANS
Selectmen will ask Robert Humphrey to
prepare plans for Town Hall exterior re-
pair. Mr. Humphrey's $2 00. estimate
was the low bid for the plans.
Little League Baseball
Little League Baseball tryouts will begin
Who'll lay out
If you become sick or dis-
abled. Nationwide can help
you make sure your mortgage
payments are paid.
Call a Nationwide agent soon.
— Nationwide IS on your side
Located at the Park-
ing lot on Main St. ,
Wareham at the rear
of Houle's Jewelry
Wealthy ladies in ancient
Rome sometimes washed
themselves in a sugary mix-
ture consisting of 20 pounds
of crushed strawberries and
two pounds of raspberries.
j Shawroom Phona Residence |
JOHN J. HARNEY JR.
308 Purchase St., New Bedfofd
DONALD H. CHASE
12 WATER STREET
No Charge for Delivery
THE SIGN OF HOSPITAUTY
AND GOOD TIMES BEGINNING
Always . . a complete Mne
of Wines and liquors for
All Cheerful Occasions
Open Monday through Saturday
9 A.M. 'tLl 11 P.M.
early this year. On September 22 and 23,
at Old Hammondtown School, from 12:00
to 3:00 teams will be assigned for the
1980 season. All interested players must
report for both days of tryouts and all
equipment will be provided . Bring your
own glove and good luck to all!
J^ockejtet liJoman^ Club
HAPPY SUMMER'S END!
The first meeting of the Rochester Woman's
Club for the 1979-80 year will be held on
Wednesday, September 12th, at 8 P.M. at
the Clubhouse, 37 Marion Road (note new
Our guest speaker for this first meeting
will be Miss Lisa Gurney, who will give an
interesting and informative talk and de-
monstration on the Art of Scrimshaw. Lisa
is well-known throughout the area for her
beautiful handcrafted jewelry and trinkets.
Refreshments will be served following the
demonstration. Guests are invited.
On Tuesday, September 11, at 10 A.M.
the Third District Roundtable will be held
at our Club. All are invited to attend and
please call Mrs. Nancylee Gaucher for
further information about this meeting, if
STARTS SEPT. 4th
State licensed fte -School
Hours 9 - 12, 12 - 4:30
Doors open at 8:30
Margaret S. DeCosta,
B.S. Ed., Ed.M., Dir.
320 Front St. , Marion
12 PRESTO PRESS September 5, 1979
For Your Inspection Needs...
A high quality muffler. No matter what you're driving, we've
probably got a Walker muffler to matcli.
Just about any type of muffler you'd want, too. Original equip-
ment, high performance Red Line Z, economy Royal Scot, even
Everyone is designed to ensure just the right sound. Designed to
last long and fit right, too. So see us soon for your quiet solution.
Walker mufflers and pipes installed by:
VILLAGE SERVICE station
FRIENDLY AND DEPENDABLE SERVICE
• R1 6, MATTAPOISETT
PAUL C. BlEKlNChR
you are interested.
We are presently planning our program
book for the printer. If you have an idea
for a program, please call us and let us
know about it. We have great things plan-
ned for the year to come! Please add your
strength to the group.
Sippican I Seniors
The Sippican Seniors will hold its first
fall meeting on Thursday, September 13th/
at 1:30 P.M. at the Congregational Com-
munity Center. Mr. Mai Johnson of Heri-
tage Plantation will speak on Windmills
which represent an interesting form of ener-
gy. An important business meeting will
follow and Mrs. Edmund Valley and her com-
mittee will serve refreshments .
Plans for a three-day trip, October 12,
13 and 14 will be presented for consider-
ation. Briefly, the trip includes two nights
at The Black Point Inn, Prouts Neck, Maine,
2 dinners (one lobster) and 2 breakfasts,
a day sightseeing to Bath, Maine, a stop
at the Museum there, and a visit to L. L.
Bean's in Freeport, among other 'goodies' .
595 MAIN ST. , ACUSHNET
Roast Prime Ribs
of Beef $7.95
with SUPER SALAD BAR - OVER 40 ITEMS
• ROAST DUCKLING FLAMBE • SCAMPI
• PRIME GRADE SIRLOIN STEAKS
DAILY LUNCHEON SPECIAL $1.95
Plus Quiche . Broiled Scrod . Broiled Scallops
Boneless Breast of Chicken . Sandwiches
FRIDAY 5 to 9 P.M.
SUNDAY Noon to 9 P.M.
MUSIC AND SING -ALONG AT LUNCH AND DINNER
HELEN WILBER of the R-ovidence Journal says
"FINE TIME, FINE DINNER, UNUSUAL RESTAURANT"
Drive to end of Nortli St., Mattapoisett toward Rochester,
turn left on New Bedford Rd. and proceed to end. Turn
left on Main St. , Acushnet 200 ft. ahead on your right.
September 5,1979 PRESTO PRESS 13
21 CHURCH STREET 75S-2266
OPEN DAILY FOR BREAKFAST, LUNCH AND DINNER ^
//Ve^ V Onions ^t.'^^'
For reservations and costs call H. Jensen,
758-2501; or M . Severance, 748-0891 .
Are you celebrating your birthday in Sep-
tember? If so, you are invited to a party
at the Drop-In Center on September 21
at 2:00 P.M. No presents but good food!
Other dates to remember:
Whist Party on September 20 at 1:30
Blood Pressure Clinic September 27,
2:00 to 4:00 P.M.
Bowling begins on September 5 at 9:00 AM
Birthday Party on September 21 at 2:00 PM.
Why not attend the meeting with a friend
who might like to join our group? Please
don't forget to leave cars at the Bandstand
Parking lot. A few places are reserved near
the Center for those who are on the committee.
The grand-daddy of all Mattapoisett auc-
tions is coming up September 29th offering
a great opportunity to rid closets, barns and
basements of "trash" that could become some-
one's "treasure". Growing every year, the
Congregational Church auction is awaited
anxiously by dealers and just plain folks for
GIFTS - ANTIQUES
BREAKFAST - SANDWICHES - ICE CREAM
14 PRESTO PRESS September 5, 1979
THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
FRESH FISH FROM OUR DISPLAY CASE TO
COOK AND ENJOY AT HOME!
FAMOUS KITCHEN 21
21 CHURCH STREET 758-2266
MISS DOROTHY FOX OF MATTAPOISETT PRESENTS
A HAND -PAINTED ANTIQUE TRAY TO GEORGE
SHELDON, CO-CHAIRMAN OF THE MATTAPOISETT
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH AUCTION SET FOR
But, it's only as successful - and as much
fun - as the donations make it.
George Sheldon and Chuck Suesens are oo-
EXCAVATING - GRAVEL
Pallatroni & Gingras, Inc.
Rte. 6, Marion Rd., Mattapoisett. 758-2587
I \^ 1 . 75 Liter
1 %^ 1 .75 Liter
9 4 1 ?-C)y Cane;
3 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS
FAIRHAVEN . BAYLIES SQUARE . WEST END
chairmen of the benefit this year and point
Dut that items may be dropped off at the
church parish house on Church Street any
weekday between 9 a.m. and 12 noon. The
parish house also will be open for donations
Saturday, September 22, and Friday into the
night, September 28.
George and Chuck say don't hesitate to
phone them (or the church) to arrange for
pickup of your items .
Books, white elephants and baked goods
also will be welcome for satellite booths
that will complement the main event.
Bourbon St. Poraders
C^LA CONCERT AND DANCE
One of the joys of autumn in Marion is
listening and dancing to the music of the
Bourbon Street Paraders . The Marion Art
Center is sponsoring a gala concert and
dance Sunday, September 16, from 8 to 12
at the Sippican Tennis Club. The Bourbon
Street Paraders have been favorites of dixie-
land jazz enthusiasts in Marion for three
The Bourbon Street Paraders , who have
played at Dunfee's, Hyannis and now appear
BACK TO SCHOOL
to BAYLIES SO.
Opposite Sullivan Bros.
- Mon.-Sat. 9-5:30
Wed. 9-12; Fri.'tilS
of any pants
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OUR NEW TARTANS HAVE ARRIVED
Kilts and Blazers Fashions for Fall
do r a c i e io t It
IN HISTORIC NEW BEDFORD
Scottish PlcU(h 6 OtkoJi Tlnz Ctotku
70 No. Second SViiU Dorothy J . Warr
regularly at Clyde's Old Time Saloon in Fal-
mouth, vary their repertoire from the abso-
lutely rousing "Bourbon Street Parade" and
"When the Saints Go Marching In" to the
sweet standards we all love to dance to .
Band members include Bob Leary, guitar,
a Tabor grad and former Marion resident;
Lee Childs, clarinet; Alan Machon, trumpet;
Ed Stoddard, trombone; Henry Fisher, bass;
and John Pagoitt, drums.
Tickets for the dance are available at the
Art Center Tuesday through Sunday, 1-5
P.M. , at the Mattapoisett Framery, Ham-
mond Street, or by calling 748-1266. A
cash bar and cheese, crackers and nib-
DONALD O. LAKE
69 Marion Rd., Mattapoisett
INSURED . KITCHEN CABINETS
FORMICA . CERAMIC TILE
REMODELING G REPAIRING
PAINTING . ROOFING . SHINGLING
16 PRESTO PRESS September 5, 1979
The Family Stylist
We do Men, Women, and Children
V\^E DO NOT TOUCH ONE STRAND OF
YOUR HAIR UNTIL YOU AND WE KNOW
EXACTLY WHAT YOU WANT.
RTE. 6, MATTAPOISETT. 758-4615
9-5 Tues. - Sat. and Thurs.&Fri. evenings 'til 9 P.M.
bles will satisfy your thirst and hunger!
So grab "Sweet Georgia Brown" and do
the "Muskrat Ramble" on down to the Bour-
bon Street Paraders' dance - don't miss the
sweetest Dixieland this side of, well,
The monarch caterpillars are munching
away at milkweed leaves, growing bigger
day by day. Soon they will spin their co-
coons. Come to the library to see it all
' We now have a doUhouse (on three month
loan) in our Children's Room. Children are
invited to come and play with it while par-
ents browse for books.
Library hours are: Monday 2-8, Wednes-
day 10-8, Friday 2-5 and Saturday 1-5.
REGISTRATION: Registration will be held
at 7:00 P.M. on Friday, September 7th, in
the Vestry Building in Rochester Center.
(The Vestry Building is located between the
Town Hall and the Congregational Church.)
This registration is for any boys who have
CONCRETE & CINDER BLOCK WORK
BRICK & CEMENT . STONE
Fireplaces . . Chimneys
Steps . . Store Fronts ^/^'f^
130 North St. . Mattapoisett
6 DAYTON STREET, ACUSHMET, MASS. (617) 995-9600
OPEN 11:30 TO 9:00 MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY
I IVn-i HiU Kojc
Norlli Mam St. ''^
1 Q VQ^''^^ ^^Latioti
PLUS OUR REGULAR MENU
Nortli NUiiii St. , driv
St.itioii, Uikc ucxi ri(;lii -D.iyiotiSl.
FISH 'N CHIPS .2.25
FRIED CLAMS . . 4.50
HALF & HALF . . 4.50
SEA PLATTER ... 5.95
All above served with
FRENCH FRIES, COLE SLAW,
BAKED STUFFED SHRIMP 5.45
FRIED SHRIMP 5.45
SHRIMP SCAMPI 5.45
BAKED SCROD 3.95
BAKED SCALLOPS 4.95
AH above served with choice of
Potato & Vegetable or Salad and
CHOWDER .. Mug 70^^ Bowl 1.25
MANY, MANY BEEF SPECIALS . . .
\J0 A CUSTOMER
S/ # V> W r\ FAVORITE ! !
Served with choice of 2 side dishes
or salad and fresh hot biscuits
Chunks of Bar-B-Q Beef with a
Crock of Beans G fresh hot biscuits
ALL COCKTAILS DURING
LUNCH (11:30 to 3:30)
LUNCHEON SPECIALS SERVED
not previously registered either in person,
or by mail. All skaters are welcome to re-
gister for teams as follows: Mites, ages
6-8; Squirts, ages 9-10; Pee Wees, ages
11-12; Bantams, ages 13-14; Midgets, ages
Several openings presently exist in all
START OF SEASON: The RYHA season opens
on September 8th with practices at the Het-
land Rink in New Bedford. The games begin
on October 13 and continue through March
with a three-week holiday vacation from
December 16 through January 4.
HOCKEY SWAP: A continuous Hockey Swap
and Sale is in progress at the home of Bill
Vincent on Burgess Avenue in Rochester.
Anyone who has outgrown equipment in
gDod condition who wishes to sell it, or
anyone who needs equipment may contact
Bill at his home at 763-5783 to make arrange-
ments for a swap or sale. Any other item
may also be brought to registration on Sep-
tember 7 .
INFORMATION: Anyone who desires fur-
ther information or has any questions con-
Wide Wale Corduroy Pants
sizes 4 thru 30" waist
Clothing for boys and girls
layette thru size 20
34 Barstow Street, Mattapoisett, Mass. 758-4247. 9:30-5:00
Visa . Master Charge . Lay-Aways . Club Secretaries
September 5, 1979 PRESTO PRESS 17
Our ONE business . . .
Our ONLY business ... is
No matter how large or how small,
it pays to have experts do it.
RTE. 6, FAIRHAVEN. 993-4494
Across from Friendly 's
Daily 9-5, Thurs.9-9, Sat. 9-12. Qosed Wed,
cerning the Rochester Youth Hockey Pro-
gram, please call the following: in Marion,
Alan Danse at 748-1206; in Mattapoisett,
Ralph Sanford at 758-6741; and in Roch-
ester, Bill Vincent at 763-5783.
The Women's Community Guild of the
Mattapoisett Congregational Church will
A FINNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE
BEACH! MENHADEN STIR THE WATER BETWEEN THE
PUBLIC BEACH AND DUFF'S. BELOW, THE FINS IN A
CLOSER VIEW. WIN JENNEY TOOK THESE PHOTOS
Animal Food Supplies
Walnut Plain Rd. , Rochester
JOY DOG FOOD
STORM DOORS C WINDOWS
BALI DESIGNER BLINDS
Valo Products, Inc.
5 LITTLE BAY RD., Fairhaven, cor. Sconticut Neck. 999-4975
R. M. SHERMAN
-iQJZpntractor & Builder
MATTAPOISETT LOTS AVAILABLE
18 PRESTO PRESS September 5, 1979
AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE, INC.
24 HOUR TOWING SERVICE
RTE. 6, MATTAPOISETT TEL. 758-2153
BUS SERVICE AT ORR
Commencing with the new school year.
Old Rochester Regional Junior High School
and High School will initially reduce bus
service after the end of the regular school
day as one necessary response to the ex-
traordinary pressures of inflation and the
imperative need to conserve energy.
Four bus runs will be eliminated each
week in the fall season: MONDAY, NO
LATE RUNS; WEDNESDAY, NO 3:30 P.M.
RUN; FRIDAY, NO 5:30 P.M. RUN.
The goal in planning reductions was to
maintain those programs authorized by the
School Committee and represents a. compro-
mise among the needs of diverse groups.
Each of us must give a little.
Only the active cooperation of teachers,
parents, and students can make this or
any scheme work. A spirit of "can do",
a cooperative attitude among all of us
is the minimum requirement if we are to
BACK TO SCHOOL
FOR THE PRE-SCHOOL CROWD ! ♦ * *
BACK TO SCHC
NEW BASKETS AND DOOR HANGINGS,
CANDLES, CARDS AND GIFTS
Barnyard Antiques, Etc.
WALNUT PLAIN ROAD, ROCHESTER. 763-4264
Wednesday through Saturday 10 A.M. to 5 P.M.
Back to School
1 PEQUOD RD.
AT ALDEN RD.
MASTER CHARGE . VISA
September 5, 19 79 PRESTO PRESS 19
North Fairhaven Fish & Chips
398 MAIN ST., NORTH FAIRHAVEN
195 at Exits 16 East and 17 West
SEPTEMBER 5 & 6
WED. & THURS.
CHOICE OF HIGHBALLS
FOR TAKEOUT ORDERS
WED. — THURS. 11-7; FRI. 11-8; CLOSED SATURDAYS
maintain fully our programs in the face
of cruelly rising costs and shortages which
will not be abated in this year.
David S. Hagen, Principal, Old Ro-
chester Regional High School
Robert C. Gardner, Principal, Old
Rochester Regional Junior High School
ORR Adult Classes
REGISTRATION FOR ADULT EDUCATION
AND EVENING PRACTICAL ARTS PROGRAM
Registration for the Adult Education class-
es and Evening Practical Arts Program at
Old Rochester Regional High School will be
held Tuesday, September 11th, from 7 to
8:45 P.M. at the Old Rochester Junior High
School Caf etorium . Classes will begin
Tuesday, September 18th, from 7:00 to
Custom Framing . Matting . Prints
Laminating . Shrink Wrapping
Blocking G Mounting of Needlework jct^jAs*--
Custom Mirrore 23 HAMMOND STREET
Corner of Baretow St. 758-9014
10 to 4 Tuesday through Saturday
The Dog Palace
400A MAIN ST. , FAIRHAVEN
11 AM to Midnight Sun. thru ihurs.
Fri. & Sat. 11 AM -2 AM
WITH CHILI SAUCE,
CHEESE, WORKS, OR
Courses and instructors are as follows:
Adult Education - Cardiopulmonary Resus-
citation (CPR), Louis Bertrand, Gary Caspar
and Donald Linhares; Home Design & Ar-
chitectural Drafting, Paul Gerrior; Line
Dancing (Beginners), Nancy Barrett; Physi-
cal Education, Women, Noreen Nolan;
Physical Education, Men, Andrew Wingate;
Residential Energy Management for home-
owners, Girard Oliva; Typewriting (Begin-
ners), Ruth Robinson; Evening Practical
Arts - Clothing II, Lucy Napoli; Creative
Stitchery, Eleanor Johansen; A Drawing
and Painting Workshop, Clement Daley;
Furniture Refinishing, Mario Silva; Gour-
met Cooking, Barry Andrews; Quilting,
Emily McLaughlin; Rugs - Braided, Fay Sil-
veira; Woodworking, William Clark.
Director of the program is Etta-Hix Al-
len, and the Advisory Committee is com-
prised of Mrs . Luen Johnson of Mattapoi-
sett, chairman; Mrs. Philip Murray, Mat-
tapoisett; Mrs. George Church and Mrs.
Dorothy Tuttle, Rochester; Mrs. Frank
Gifune, Jr. and Mr. Jonathan Henry, Marion.
ORR TO OFFER RESIDENTIAL ENERGY
MANAGEMENT COURSE THROUGH
ADULT EDUCATION THIS FALL
The Old Rochester Regional High School
SPECL\L THIS WEEK
With a lip makeup purcliase, clioose a co-ordinating
nail color at 1/2 off retail price.
The Place for the Custom Face "
185 Union Street, New Bedford 993-8830
Store Hours 10 to 5 Daily
PRESTO PRESS September 5, 197 9
BACK TO SCHOOL
for All Sports Equipment
GIRLS' FIELD HOCKEY
Whatever it is you need, we have it - and
more than likely you even have a choice!
All kinds of athletic supplies; you can depend
I on Marion Sports Shop for the quality that
means safety and durability. From Gym Bags
to Hockey Sticks, from socks to helmets,
fooiballs to hockey sticks - you'll find it here,
MARION SPORTS SHOP
290 FRONT ST. , MARION
CX Pro 250 Hi-Cut
Open Sunday mornings 9 - 12. Weekdays 9 - 6. Saturdays 9 - 5 ,
is going to offer courses in Residential
Energy Management for homeowners this
fall. Two four session courses, the first
offered on the nights of September 18,
25, October 2, 9; and the second on the
dates of October 16, 23, 30, November 6.
Students will learn to conduct a billing
and energy audit on their own homes.
They will be instructed on the best and
cheapest ways to make their homes more
Registration for both classes will be
conducted on the night of September 11th
at the Old Rochester Regional High School.
Classes will be limited to 25 students
per session. For further information, call
Mr. Girard F. Oliva at 758-4968.
Legion Bean Supper
The Florence Eastman Post #280, Ameri-
can Legion, will hold its first bean supper
for the 1979-1980 season at its Post Head-
quarters on Depot Street, Mattapoisett ,
RENT RINSENVAC NOW,
AND GET THIS
FREE REN1AL COUPON
[GO PER DAY
•IF UY UHIAl
September is RINSENVAC Car-
pet Cleaning Month^ And ttiat
means extra savings for you'
Because when you rent now
you II save now with our
low rental rates and — as an
extra bonus — get a coupon
,good for a free RINSENVAC
Charles R. Davis Co.
Painting & Papering
1 INDUSTRIAL DRIVE
Mattapoisett, Ma. 758-6921
Exit 19-A off Rte. 195 or
North St. off Rte. 6 I
Mon.-Fri. 7:30-5; Sat. 8-4;
5, 1979 PRESTO PRESS 21
JOHN STAVROS, JR,
SUNDAYS SERVING NOON 'til 9 P.M. , Monday - Saturday 5 to 10
LOUNGE open 5 to 1 weekdays, ooen noon Sunday
Open every Sunday at Noon
I THE JOHN HARRISON QUINTET
I Sunday Night 8:30 to 12:30|
Tuesday Nights, too!
COMING SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 23rd 4 TO 8
The Bourbon Street Paraders
on Saturday, September 22nd, at 5:30 P.M.
The money will be used to equip our Color
Guard. Tickets can be purchased from
John DeCosta, 758-2310; Elmer Sylvia,
758-3309; and Charles Duponte, 758-6508,
or any Legion member.
The Post voted to send $100.00 to the
Jamie Shepley Fund.
Plans are being formulated for the joint
Installation of its Auxiliary and Post Of-
ficers on Saturday, October 20th, at Post
Headquarters . There will be refreshments
and dancing after the Installation. The
public is invited.
Members are reminded to send in their
1980 dues as soon as possible to Manuel
Charles Duponte, Commander
The Sippican Choral Society, under the
direction of Peter West, will resume re-
hearsals Monday, September 10th. The
Congregational Church's Community Cen-
ter in Marion will once again be the meet-
ing place and singing will start promptly
at 7:30 P.M.
The chorus will be working on Mozart's
Coronation Mass in C Major, which it
will perform with the New Bedford Sym-
phony Orchestra at two joint Christmas
concerts to be held December 1st and
2nd. Various other shorter works appro-
priate to the season will also be part of
the program, and much fun is promised
all participants .
New people are invited to join the group.
Anybody who likes to sing and learn and
work hard on important choral music is
welcome. It should be noted, however,
that no new members will be accepted
after the first three rehearsals .
LINDA NELSON AND RYAN FOUNTAIN WED
Linda Jean Nelson and Ryan Matthew
Johnson & Wynne
& Tree Services
MEMBER: MASSACHUSETTS NURSERYMEN'S ASSOCIATION
Slip Covers, Draperies,
Fine Wall Coverings
Shop at home by appointme
or visit our showroom
Studio Custom Interiors
152 Marion Rd. Wareham
295-4667 ^ay or Evening
22 PRESTO PRESS September 5, 197 9
Come on down and register for a
FREE STEREO SYSTEM
TO BE GIVEN AWAY OCTOBER 13, 1979
during our grand opening celebration.
We provide factory trained and authorized
warranty repairs for the top 25 stereo
Come on down and buy one of our really
neat - soon to be famous - tee shirts for
only A BUCK - Cheap -
Come on down and find out what we can
do for your fidelity.
THAT'S RIGHT .... Our Church Street
location at the North Hill Plaza just isn't big
BIGGER AND BETTER .... Best sums up
our EXPANDED facility, where your
Audio needs are No. 1.
123 DARTMOUTH STREET .... Is the new
home for our Professional Audio Center.
• • • • We hear you • • • •
123 Dartmouth Street
New Bedford, MA. 998-2321
September 5, 1979 PRESTO PRESS 23
180 WASHINGTON STREET, FAIRHAVEN
. Non Sectarian
. Central Air Conditioning
. Large Parking Area, well lighted
. Large Attendance Facilities
. Just off Route 6 in quiet
. Within the means of all
. Funeral Director on Call 24 Hours
DANIEL J. SULLIVAN, FUNERAL DIRECTOR
Fountain were married August 18th in the
First Presbyterian Church of Ashland,
Voorhees, New Jersey. Rev. Laurence
Homer officiated . The reception followed
in the church hall.
The bride was given in marriage by her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Nelson
of Voorhees, New Jersey. She is a gradu-
ate of Eastern High School and attended
Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pa.
Ryan is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Clar-
ence Fountain of Mattapoisett. He is a
graduate of St. Mark's School and re-
ceived a Bachelor of Science degree major-
ing in Physics, and a Bachelor of Arts
degree majoring in American Studies from
Barbara Nelson served as her sister's
Long Plain Baptist
still has openings for
children (age 4 by Dec.)
Tuition $8. per week
maid of honor. Elaine Nelson, also the
bride's sister, and Valri Fountain, sister
of the groom, were bridesmaids.
Nils Isaksen of Fairhaven served as best
man. The ushers were Gary Fountain,
brother of the groom, and David Nelson,
brother of the bride.
The couple will reside in Adelphi, Mary-
land, as Linda completes her degree re-
quirements in electrical engineering, at
University of Maryland, and Ryan attends
Georgetown Law School in Washington,
FIELD WALK - SEPTEMBER 8th
The field walk on Saturday, September
8th, starting at 10:00 A.M. will explore
that complex world of Mushrooms & Fungi.
Questions, like what makes them so spec-
ial and how do they grow, will be answered
Bring the whole family.
SATURDAY PROGRAM - SEPTEMBER 8th
A special pre-school art program will be
conducted by Mrs . Roz Lincoln at the
Saturday, September 8th, program at the
Children's Museum at 2:00 P.M. Mrs.
Lincoln specializes in pre-school and
will explore with the children art on vari-
ous levels of art techniques. There is
a small charge for non-members .
Mowing, Trimming, driveway repair; andferti-
ilizing, rolling, loaming, reseeding at proper times.
LOAM, SAND, STONES, WOOD CHIPS BY THE YARD.
JOHN F. DENHAM, JR.&SON
9 HAWTHORNE STREET. MATTAPOISETT. TEL. 758-3397
PRESTO PRESS September 5, 1979
RUSSELL I. PEIRCE& SON
FAIRHAVEN RD.. MATTAPOISETT. MASS.
SOLD, REPAIRED AND INSTALLED
Come in and See our
RTE. 6 & CHURCH ST., MATTAPOISETT
David P. Poulin, R. Ph. Steven D. Valliere, R. Ph.
758-3311 FREE PRESCRIPTION DELIVERY 758-4212
FUN, FUN FOR ALL
The Midd-Town Twirlers Square Dance
Club is having a Fun Dance from 7:00-9:30
P.M. September 9th. All dancers and any-
one interested in learning to square dance
are invited to come and get their feet wet.
The dance will be at the V.F.W. Hall,
Front Street, Marion Center.
There will be goodies to eat and music
to dance to. Caller is Walt Minnick.
WAREHAM JUNIOR MISS PROGRAM
The Wareham Junior Miss Program has
been slated for Saturday, September 29th,
and is open to all high school senior girls.
The contestants are judged in four areas:
Judges' Interview, Creative and Performing
Arts, Youth Fitness, and Poise and Appear-
All girls living in the Marion, Mattapoi-
sett, Rochester, Wareham, Onset, and
Buzzards Bay area are welcome to join the
Junior Miss Program.
Go back to School
tlie toY Imix
34 Barstow Street, Mattapoisett. 758-3323
Monday thru Saturday 10:00 to 5:00
Visa . Master Charge
September 5, 1979 PRESTO PRESS 25
(Rte. 6) 1 County Rd.
Tuesday tiirough Saturday
A Complete Salon - Perms, Styling, Sets, Coloring
The deadline for applicants is September
8th. For applications or more information,
please call Mr. Norman Desjardins, Ware-
ham, at 295-1083, or Tracy Bigham, Marion,
Dave Cowens at O.R.R.
"AN EVENING WITH DAVE COWENS"
"An Evening With Dave Cowens" of the
Boston Celtics will be held at Old Roch-
ester Regional High School in Mattapoisett
on Friday, September 7th, at 7:00 p.m.
The evening will include an overview of
the Celtics by Dave, a basketball clinic
with audience participation and a question
and answer period. Tickets will be avail-
cfi^lifoRnid). concept a
CUSTOM DESIGN PRECISION HAIR CUTTING
FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY
Mattapoisett 's Only Barber/ Styling Shop
VMJage Styling Shop
ROUTE 6, MATTAPOISETT. 758-6423
Open Tuesday through Saturday.
THINK ABOUT IT ! With gasoUne exceeding $1. per gallon,
local residents will be more inclined to shop locally. If you are
interested in opening a small shop on an equity basis, why not
consider a Village Bazaar concept • . . that is, several shops
under one roof . For example, four 450 sq.ft. shops, each
attracting shoppers , large enough to be viable entities G small
enough to be affordable. The property at 8 Church St. provides
for this creative possibility. A 4000 sq.ft. block building with
all utilities, available parking, within easy walking distance
of 100 village homes. Extremely favorable financing available.
VALUE ! New Bedford's Historic District - Dutcli Colonial , 2-
family. Fireplaces, modern kitchens & baths, central heat,
business -zoned, parking available. $24,900.
EAST FAIRHAVEN - Office/ warehouse building. Business -zoned,
all utilities. 2400 sq.ft., excellent condition. $43,500.
758-6034 J\ea It Ol .i 994-2444
able at the door. All proceeds will go to
the Jamie Shepley Fund.
The New Bedford Whaling Museum (Old
Dartmouth Historical Society) returns to
fall-winter scheduling beginning this
Tuesday, September 4th .
The Museum hours are 9:00 a.m. to 5:00
ED AND FRAN PROUTY'S
4 to 6
Route 6, Mattapoisett. 758-9382
FEATURING SEAFOODS, PRIME RIBS OF BEEF,
STEAKS AND CHICKEN
Friday Dinner Special
BAKED STUFFED HADDOCK
POTATO, VEGETABLE, SALAD. $4.25
Luncheon from 11:00 A.M. .. Dinners from 4:00 P.M.
PRESTO PRESS September 5, 1979
I li Men's
42 MAIN STREET
Next to the
Garden of Beauty
Open 9 to 5
9 to 9 Thursday
New Cuts for
back to school
p.m. Monday through Saturday and 1:00
to 5:00 p.m. on Sunday. (Closed Thanks-
giving, Christmas and New Year's Day)
The fully-rigged, half-scale whaleship
Lagoda, the largest model in the world,
continues to be a favorite with families
who climb aboard.
Rare prints and paintings, logbooks and
scrimshaw, a doll room, colonial kitchen
and Victorian parlor, as well as displays
of glass, pewter and lighting devices are
some of the many exhibits on permanent
Sections of the "3 miles long" Panorama
by Purrington-Russell are uniquely dis-
played in the gallery dedicated to the
"World of the Whaleman" .
Current special exhibitions: through
September 16: The Image of the Past:
60 historic photographs of New Bedford
and vicinity. • Through September: Mari-
time prints, George C. Wales (1868-1940),
an exhibition and sale of 60 lithographs
WITH A NEW AND
SENSATIONAL CUT . .
AND A PERM, F YOU
NEED ONE. The right
cut means more time
for the busy season ahead.
CONDITIONING - an
after summer sun.
Garden of Beauty
42 MAIN STREET
MATTAPOISETT, MASS. 02739
and etchings (proceeds to benefit Museum
Library Campaign) .
Group rates , special tours and film show-
ings are available by pre-arrangement .
Free group Walking Tours of the Historic
District are also available.
old house improves its
use, value and appeal
EXCEPTIONAL 3 bedroom Redwood Contemporary- approx 1
acre - rental guest house - deeded beach rights - Low lOO's.
10 ROOM 4 bedrooms - beautifully restored 1800's - approx
1/2 acre - walk to village — $65,900.
Bay State Realty . 295-4900
140 MARION ROAD, WAREHAM
Landscape Construction and Deaigninp,
by Douglas W. Menard
September 5, 1979 PRESTO PRESS 27
CASUAL WEAR FOR
MEN, WOMEN, TEENS
THE SAVINGS ARE BIG
But you have to dig!
WATCH FOR THE
OF OUR NEW ADDITION
RTE. 6, MATTAPOISETT
MON. - SAT. 10-5
DANCEFIT, AEROBIC DANCE PROGRAM
The New Bedford YMCA announces the
addition of a new program to its fall
schedule of classes. DanceFIT is a
cardiovascular fitness program that com-
bines the basic elements of a good fit-
ness workout with the fun of dancing;
the results are a stronger more efficent
heart and lungs, greater flexibility, im-
proved muscle tone, and more and more
Each class begins with a 10-minute
warmup which includes a slow stretch-
PRESTO PRESS September 5, 1979
That's what we're here for! Take a
break from your own kitchen; make
a date with a friend ... at Alice 's
you'll enjoy a varied menu of fresh
ingredients, carefully prepared.
Breakfast - Lunch - Dinner!
DM THE ROCHESTER GENERAL STORE
Route 105, Marion Rd. , Rochester
Serving 7 Days from 7 AM to 7 Rvl (to 8 on Fridays)
ing flexibility routine, floorwork which
includes situps, and a choreographed
routine which prepares the body for the
more vigorous workout which follows.
The cardiovascular portion of the pro-
gram includes eight vigorous dance rou-
tines which are simple enough for the
non-dancer to learn but challenging
enough for all to enjoy; these might in-
clude a cha-cha, a hustle, rock, or a
Charleston. These dances are followed
by a five minute oooldown. Continuous
movement and fun are the theme of the
Classes will begin the week of Septem-
ber 16 and will be held twice a week for
10 weeks. Morning classes will be on
Tuesday and Thursday from 9:30 to 10:30.
Call the YMCA in New Bedford at 997-
0734 for more information. Free demonstra-
tion classes will be given on Thursday,
September 13, at 7:00 P.M. and Friday,
September 14, at 9:3 a.m.
SILENT FILM BUFFS ALERT! !
Wareham: The Gateway Players Inc. is
You mav never get a betterdeal Anywhere - Anytime ! !
''^RS AND TRUCKS
Used Car Values
3736 1979 PLYMOUTH VOLARE WAGON
Former Daily Rental
3723 1979 PLYMOUTH VOLARE 4-Dr. Sedan
Former Daily Rental ... $5 1 95 .
3717 1979 PLYMOUTH VOLARE 4-Dr. Sedan
Former Daily Rental ... $5195.
Used Trucks was sale
3821 1977 DODGE W200 PICKUP 5395. 4695.
3823 1977 DODGE DlOO 1/2 T. Pickup 3195. 2995.
3484 1975 DODGE D200 CLUB CAB 3395. 2995.
2912 1977 6300 SPORTSMAN MAXIWAGON
Former Driver Ed
4073 1976 DODGE DlOO
2501 1975 DODGE DlOO PLATFORM
4087 1973 DODGE WlOO 1/2 T. PICKUP 360
stock # Was SALE
3759 1978 DODGE DIPLOMAT 4-Dr. Sedan
Demo $5995. $4995.
4092 1978 CHRYSLER LEBARON 4-dr. Sedan 4495. 4295.
4038 1977 CHRYSLER NEWPORT 2995. 2895.
3843 1977 PLYMOUTH VOLARE Rremier
4-dr. Sedan .. . 3895. 3650.
PLYMOUTH VOLARE 4-dr. Sedan 3895. 3595.
CHRYSLER LEBARON 2 -dr. HT ... 4595. 4395.
DODGE MONACO 3195. 2995.
CHRYSLER NEW YORKER 3195. 2995.
CHRYSLER CORDOBA * . 3595 .
BUICK CENTURY COUPE 2 -dr. .. 2395. 1995.
PONTIAC VENTURA 4-dr. Sedan 3195. 2995.
PLYMOUTH VOLARE 4-dr 3695. 3495.
CHRYSLER CORDOBA 2695. 2495.
CHRYSLER NEW YORKER 2295. 2195.
PLYMOUTH SUBURBAN CUSTOM 795.
DODGE MONACO 4-door 695. 395.
OLDSMOBILE DELTA 88 4-dr. ... 1295. 995.
RENAULT Rl 2 WAGON 495. 395.
PLYMOUTH FURY WAGON 495.
HILLER CO., INC.
FRONT STREET, MARION. 748-0019
SERVICE: Hiller Sunoco, Rte.6, Mattapoisett. 758-6000
looking for bathing beauties and keystone
cxDps galore to appear in a large scale musi-
cal by Jerry (Hello Dolly) Herman entitled
Mack and Mabel.
Early movie makers Mack Sennett and
Mabel Normand are the subjects of Mack
The large scale production needs dancers,
vocalists, scenic artists and technicians,
musicians to appear in principal and sup-
porting roles and behind the scenes. Di-
rector Paul Hebert states that Mack and
Mabel will be on the grand scale of
Finian's Rainbow, Gypsy and Cabaret.
Auditions will be held in the Wareham
Town Hall Auditorium on September 10th,
12th, 13th, at 7:00 P.M. For further in-
formation call 295-6768.
The new Gateway Players production of
The Lion in Winter opens this Thursday,
September 6th, at the Gateway Playhouse,
rear of Wareham Town Hall and continues
Friday and Saturday, and weekends through
October 6th. Curtain time is 8:30 P.M.
Paul Hebert is directing, and Karen Chase,
Boat Owners !
sinKinc) yoqr banK -s^ccount?
This ye^^r store u)ifho5.
Do your oun uovk ^ s^ve!
^ season - $ 4 per
The Yacht Lot
Route 6 - n^-v^po'^seVt -
September 5, 1979 PRESTO PRESS 29
Barrett Dance Studio
FOR FALL CLASSES
Call for information
and DISCO CLASSES.
CHILDREN'S DISCO CLASS
starting Monday, Sept. 17, 6 to 7 P.M.
$10. for 5 lessons
Call 758-2558. 8 Park St., Mattapoisett
Greg Leonard and Perdita Finn are the leads,
with supporting roles- by Jim Bruce, Ernest
Gendron, Chris Gaucher and Len Travers .
Call 295-6768 for reservations or tickets
may be purchased at the door on a first
come, first served basis.
The Gateway Players Almost All Girl
Revue will perform an outreach program
for seniors at the Fairhaven (Sconticut
Neck Improvement Association Hall)
Council on Aging, 145 Sconticut Neck
Road, Fairhaven from 12:30 to 1:30 P.M.
MATTAPOISETT RESTAURANT & LOUNGE
Established night club on main highway.
Seats 80. Light lunch menu and full li-
quor license. 3/4 acre commercial lot
with ample hot top parking. Maintenance
free interior. An absolute steal!
Call for details. Exclusive listing.
748-1175 or 748-1830
ROUTE 6 and SPRING STREET, MARION
Arnold Briggs 748 -0094
on September 5th, and again September
12th at the Verdean Vets Hall, 561 Pur-
chase Street, New Bedford, for seniors,
from 11:00 a.m. to noon.
Two major bridge events are scheduled
for the week September 10-14 . The first
will be the annual Fall Monday Bridge
Championship of the Dartmouth Bridge Club
to be held at the Southworth Library, South
Dartmouth, in two sessions, first session,
Monday, September 10, and second ses-
sion, Monday, September 17, starting times
both sessions 7 P.M. Suitably inscribed
bridge trophies will be awarded the over-
all winners with additional prizes to other
winning places. Harriet Philips and Betty
Horowitz are the Spring Champions and
will be defending .
Second is the Grand National Pairs Rookie
tournament (0-20 Master Points) which will
be held in one session also at the South-
worth Library on Wednesday, September 12,
starting time 9 A.M. The scores of this
tournament will be forwarded to the Ameri-
can Contract Bridge League where the bridge
partners with the highest scores in each of
REPAIRS - PARTS
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YEAR-ROUND WINDING SERVICE
PAUL MOORE 763-8306
30 PRESTO PRESS September 5, 1979
Time for Good, Fresh, Easy Food..an^
Check our prices!
EVERYTHING YOU NEED FOR MARVELOUS
SUMMER EATING ! TASTY COLD CUTS,
POTATO SALAD, COLE SLAW, ROLLS, BREAD,
MILK, SODA, THE FRESHEST POULTRY, AND
DELICIOUS ITEMS FROM OUR DELICATESSEN!
147 WASHINGTON STREET, FAIRHAVEN. 997-9336
Mon. thru Sat. 9-6
the 25 National bridge playing districts
will be invited to participate in the National
Rookie Finals in Cincinnati, Ohio, on No-
vember 17th, with all travel, hotel, and
dining expenses paid by the League.
Winners in the regular weekly bridge tour-
naments held last week at the Southworth
Library are announced.
Monday evening, August 27, in the How-
ell bridge movement Evelyn Weidner and
Lillian Johnson were first; Jan Morris and
Doris Liberty, second; Mr. and Mrs. James
Harris, third; Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth
Cunningham, fourth; Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Wednesday morning in the Open Pair
section in the North-South direction Mrs.
Morris and Mrs. Liberty were first; Vel-
ma Marshall and Isabel Titus, second;
Leona Pierce and Joanne Greaves , third;
Barbara Ahlborn and Edythe Lipman, fourth.
In the East-West direction Muriel Emer-
son and Gladys Hall were first; Constance
Gilbert and Helen Costa, second; Mrs.
Weidner and Mrs. Cunningham, third;
Dr. and Mrs. Charles M. Souza, fourth.
In the Novice section Judy Martin and
Ronnie Glassman were first; Ruth Young
Frank J- UNHARES '
SEPTIC SYSTEMS INSTALLED
GRAVEL . CRUSHED STONE
FILL AND LOAM. WOOD CHIPS
and Etta Robichaud, second.
Thursday afternoon in the North-South
direction Nessie Roy and Fanny Friedman
were first; Mr. and Mrs. John M. O'Leary,
IT CAME IN YOUR MAIL . . HAVE YOU CHECKED OUR
BACK 10 SCHOOL _
Clocks, lunch boxes, school supplies,
combs & brushes, shampoo, toothpaste,
anti-perspirant, One -a -Day Vitamins,
Robitussin, perms, trash bags. Ivory
Liquid, Dog Food, Fritos, Chips Ahoy,
Pampers, Sinutab, Lysol Spray, GE
Smoke Alarms, clock -radios, corn-
poppers, irons, paper towels, ETC. !
ROUTE 6, E, FAIRHAVEN. 997-9408
September 5, 1979 PRESTO PRESS 31
Selection of Fine Gifts
SUK OR DRIFD FLOWER ARRANGEMENTS
The finest names in giftware . . Carbone, Louisville,
Fit2 & Floyd, Georges Briard, International, Yankee
Peddler, Elaton, Paperworks, plus Takahashi andMotta-
hedeh items . . . and select antiques.
5 MARION ROAD, MATTAPOISETT. y pQ Q A Q Q
Open 10 to 5 Monday through Saturday ' / U J O
A divirion of Hawthorn Florifit G Greenhouses Inc. ,
N. Dartmouth, where orders fcx Freah Flowers, Arrange-
ments, Plants, etc., may be placed for delivery. 999-5122
second; Mrs. Greaves and Mildred Hunt,
third; Shirley Moffett and Etta Stone,
fourth; Marian Candage and Bertye Gold-
In the East -West direction Mrs. Pierce
and Marian Lammey were first; Beatrice
Wollison and Leona Rosenberg, second;
Molly Morse and Albert Stone, third; Bar-
bara Kiarsis and Ruth Sweetser, fourth;
Mrs. Titus and Eleanor Linberg, fifth.
ADULT EDUCATION CLASSES AT WAREHAM
Registration for Adult Education classes
SAVE NOW . . .
IVotect your pool this winter
thru Sept. 14
Our prices are reasonable
Starting at $^^95
Call for information
TREMONT POOL SUPPLY
M 1029 Main St., West Wareham
. ^ ^ , 295-4779
32 PRESTO PRESS September 5, 1979
Lasting beauty, easy
upkeep! Inlaid vinyl
durability with exclu-
sive NO-WAX formula !
9aitkauen FLOOR COVERING
118 ALDEN ROAD, FAIRHAVEN. 997-9416
In the Fairhaven Lumber Building. Carlton Fredette
at Wareham High School for the Fall se-
mester is being held this week and Sep-
tember 10th from 6:00 to 9:00 P.M. for
Adult Basic Education, English as a Se-
cond Language, High School Equivalency
Exam Prep, and High School Academic
Classes; and for Occupational and En-
richment classes, this week and the week
of September 10th from 6 to 9 P.M.
Academic classes begin the week of
September 10th and the Occupational
and Enrichment Classes the week of Sep-
tember 17th. For Cape Cod Community
College classes register at the Wareham
High School this week and September 11,
12 and 13 from 6 to 8 P.M.
YWCA Fall Registration Week will be
held from September 17-21, with an Open
House planned for Wednesday, September
19. Instructors of the various classes
will be at the YWCA during the Open House
to answer questions and give a preview
of their class .
The Wednesday Luncheon on September
19 will feature a demonstration and dis-
play by several of the instructors.
Open House is set for 10 a.m. - 2:30
COLD CUTS . CHEESES . CASSEROLES . PARTY
TRAYS . HOMEMADE ROLLS & PASTRES . ROAST
BEEF . BAKED HAM . NEAPOLITAN PEZA . SALADS
HAAGEN-DAZS ICE CREAM. TORTELLINI
FRENCH MEAT PIE
DELICATESSEN AND BAKERY
Rte. 105, Marion. 748-2060. 8 A.M. to 10 P.M.
Try The ""Torman Touch"
A TRUSTED NAME FOR OVER 1/4 CENTURY - OUR REPUTATION SPEAKS FOR ITSELF
Shelly and Kayne
AUTO DRIVING SCHOOL
We are now expanding our services to the Mattapoisett, Marion, Wareham and Rochester
area . . on-the-road training will be conducted locally, with convenient door-to-door s ervice
ATTENTION'* ^^^^ school students.- why wait months? !
* * You can complete your Driver's Ed Course FASTER with us! We are thinking of opening an
office in your area offering classes and driving lessons. BUT we must know if you're interested.
Please let us know by filling out the Questionnaire below. Thank you, Shelly and Kayne.
I would like to take advantage of having
a Driver's Ed. Course closer to home by-
taking a course with Torman's.
Please print your NAME
I would not take the course if you opened
Please check the appropriate square and
send this portion to our office: I
, TORMAN'S AUTO DRIVING SCHOOL ■
an orrice locally. 9g vViUiam St., New Bedford, Ma. 02740 "
Complete Driver Education Courses & Private Lessons. Personalized Instruction. Office hrs: Mon. - Sat. 9-12 AM, Mon. -Fri.6-8 IM
p.m. and 7 - 8:30 p.m. The cafeteria-
style luncheon begins at noon.
A Bridge Clinic for players of all levels
of skill will be offered at the-YWCA. The
Clinic will begin on Wednesday, September
26, from 9:30-11:30 a.m. There will be
a charge for the ten-week session.
MA CRAM E
Get a start on Christmas gifts with a
Macrame class at the YWCA. Learn to
create such items as hanging lamps, tow-
el racks and curtains. Materials will be
sold in the class .
The class begins on Thursday, September
27, from 6:30-8:30 P.M. and there is a
charge for the eight-week session.
110 -A HUTTLESTON AVE
SHARE SOME FLOWERS AND SUDDENLY
THE WORLD LOOKS BRIGHTER
1979 PRESTO PRESS
7^ ^^ -
( 9\o.<n Marion)
( cocK.ra.tls )
^ Fried Clams Fisherman's Platter
^ Swordfish Baked Stuffed Sole
^ Lobster Rolls Fish & Chips
|j RESERVATIONS ACCEPTED
y Open Daily 11:30 A.M. to 10 P.M.
J.B. LUMBER WIWS MATTAPOISETT
GIRLS' SOFTBALL TOURNEY
J. B. Lumber of New Bedford battled its
way to the championship of the 1979 Mat-
tapoisett Girls' Softball Tournament with
Nancylee S. Gaucher
CLASSES IN BALLET
resume Tuesday, September 18
Marion Art Center, Marion
Fall term: 10 weeks. For
registration and information,
Ballet is the foundation for all dance,
athletics, gymnastics, and personal well-being.
Classes arranged for all ages and grade levels.
an exciting 8-6 victory over the valiant
Classics of New Bedford at Old Hammond-
town School field a week ago Sunday.
These two excellent teams were evenly
matched, splitting the final two games of
Debbie Westgate of Fairhaven Varsity
Club (the third place team) was selected
as the tournament's Most Valuable Player.
Sunday's results: Mattapoisett 10,
Verdean Vets 1; Classic 12, Medeiros
Bus 3; Mattapoisett 11, Wareham 8; J.
B. Lumber 11, Varsity Club 1; Classic
15, Mattapoisett 6; Classic 4, Varsity
Club 2; Classic 7, J.B. Lumber 3; and
the championship 8-6 victory for J.B.
The Sports and Athletic Committee would
like to offer special thanks to Stet Drake,
manager of the Mattapoisett team and
MARCIA CAMACHO CATCHES FIRST BALL OF THE TOURNAMENT THROWN OUT BY HER GRANDFATHER (AND
UNOFFICLAL TEAM MASCOT) GEORGE CORREA. ALL TOURNAMENT PHOTOS BY WIN JENNEY.
George D. Heath, Jr.
PLUMBING & HEATING
Licensed Registration #6517
27 North Street, Mattapoisett
CHIMNEYS. FIREPLACES, AND
WOODSTOVES A SPECIALTY
C & S CHIMNEY CLEANERS
15 CAMARDO DRIVE, WAREHAM. 02571
34 PRESTO PRESS September 5, 197 9
ronts of your kitchen units look shabby-
■ * TRANSFORM YOUR KITCHEN!
AT A FRACTION OF THE COST OF COMPLETE UNITS
50% to 80% SAVINGS
The Kitchen Center
IN THREE DAYS we can renew the whole appearance of your
kitchen with these beautiful cabinet door and drawer front units.
There are four colors to choose from - Call for a free home
demonstration. We carry SCHEIRICH and YORKTOWN kitchens.
A COMPLETE HOME REMODELING CONTRACTOR
362 MAIN STREET, FAIRHAVEN, MASS. 993-5019
Ernest Tripanier Home Plione 997-6011
organizer of the successful tourney, and
to Mssrs. Caswell, Wood and Baggarly
for their assistance. Chris Riley contri-
buted time and effort, as did many par-
ents whose daughters were participating
in the tournament.
Thank you all very much!
Top to Bottom - J.B.
LUMBER, 1st; CLASSICS,
2nd; FAIRHAVEN VAR -
3 Rose Anne Dr. Fairhaven MA.
Engraved Name Tags
^rihur (Sf (Clairf
The Massachusetts Cranberry Festival
Pageant will be held on September 29th,
under the sponsorship of the following or-
ganizations: The Scholarship Pageant Inc.
of Wareham; The Plymouth J-C's; Edaville
CHOICE DOMESTIC & IMPORTED BEERS AND WINES
RTE. 6, MATTAPOISETT. 758-4670
8 -10,Mon.-Thurs., & 8-11 Fri:\ Sat.
S., o a - II rn. ij oat.
Domestic & Imported
Beers and Wines
September 5, 1979 PRESTO PRESS 35
EDWIN L.PERKINS CO.'nc
PLUMBING & HEATING
• SERVING THE GREATER MATTAPOISITT
AREA SINCE 1935
• 24 HOUR SERVICE
• LICENSED MEN
21 North Street, Mattapoisett
Railroad; arid Ocean Spray Cranberry Corp.
The Pageant has become part of the annual
Massachusetts Cranberry Festival held
annually at Edaville Railroad Fairgrounds.
This year' s Pageant will have several
innovative and interesting competitions
for the young ladies to participate in while
seeking the title presently held by Miss
Mary Margaret McGoff of Sandwich who
AL'S RADIO & T. V.
£*^'Sales & Service WM
ZENITH COLOR G BGW TV 12" up; RADIOS, USED
TVs, STEREO ALLEGRO HI FI, EARPHONES,
GUITARS, INDOOR ANTENNAS. 758-2089 Lie. #94
= AL'S BARBER SHOP
; "For a Good Haircut" Al Morgado
^ 19 CHURCH ST. , MATTAPOISETT CENTER
CALL 763 -5680
CUSTOM BUiLDtR CABINET MAKER
25(t ea. 10-24 . . . 204: ea. 25 or more . . 15<1: ea.
North American Business Forms. Inc.
34 BARSTOW STREET, MATTAPOISETT. 758-6962
Specialist in Design and Supply of Custom Business Forms
Fisher & Rocha Inc.
will crown her successor.
The Pageant is open to all young ladies
between the ages of 17 - 21, possessing
charm, poise, intelligence and personali-
ty, single, attending high school or a
graduate planning to further her education.
The Pageant Committee will present 10
semi-finalists on September 29, to compete
in the various phases of competition.
These phases will consist of a Private
Interview; Most Photogenic "Country Tyme
Miss"; On-Stage Personality; and the
"Country Fair Costume" competition. A
qualified panel of judges will select the
winners of this contest. Special awards
will be presented to the winners of the
"Most Photogenic" and "best costume"
award during the afternoon's presentation
of the Massachusetts Cranberry Festival
Pageant. The winner will be the recipient
of a scholarship, crown, banner, and a
Revere Bowl of flowers and reign over all
of the festivities during the festival.
Sharing the co-chairmanship for this
year's pageant are Rita L. Blair, Wareham,
and Robert Dawson, Plymouth. Several other
committees will be announced as the compe-
tition progresses .
Any young lady desiring information and
an Application should contact the Scholar-
KE N N E L ROCHESTER
BOARDING DOCS AMD CATS
Individual Indoor - Outdoor Runs. Heated,
ALL BREED GROOMING. FLEA C TICK DIP
36 PRESTO PRESS September 5, 1979
OPEN 7 DAYS
7 to 7
FRIDAYS 'til 8
LONDON$ 1 99
TEAK I IB
MEAT I u,
$ 1 79
Rochester General Store
HCMEOF ALICE'S COUNTRY KITCHEN. RTE. 105, Marion Rd., ROCHESTER. 763-5535
ship Pageant, Inc., P.O. Box 266, Ware-
ham, MA. 02571 , or telephone 295-6120.
New Bedford Symphony
OPEMINGS IN SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
The New Bedford Symphony Orchestra
announces openings for musicians for its
1979-1980 concert season. Vacancies
exist in the symphony in the woodwind
section for oboe, bassoon, and clarinet.
In the brass section for horn, trumpet,
and trombone, and in the violin, viola,
violoncello and doublebass sections. A
harpist, keyboard player, and additional
percussionists are also being sought ac-
cording to the Symphony's music director,
Rudolf Schlegel. An initial interview is
asked of all new players, with informal,
private placement auditions to be held on
Saturday, September 8th, and Saturday,
September 15th, in New Bedford.
The New Bedford Symphony Orchestra
offers excellent opportunities for profes-
sionals, educators, music students, and
avocational musicians to perform with the
ensemble throughout the year.
This season the Symphony will be active
40 weeks, performing three subscription
concerts at the 'Old' New Bedford High
School as well as several 'run-out' con-
certs. Rehearsals are held at the 'Old'
SNIPATUIT ROAD. ROCHESTER
Runs heated inside,
covered outside .
Boarding of all breeds.
A.K.C. registered Boxers
High School in downtown New Bedford on
Wednesday nights . Inquiries should be
made to the New Bedford Symphony Or-
chestra, P. O. Box H-3068, New Bedford,
MAo 02741 , or by calling 1-746-8008
days or 1-746-6392 evenings after 6.
THE TRYWORKS COFFEE HOUSE reopens Sep-
tember 8th on Eighth Street, New Bedford, with
an evening of open auditions.
What a difference
a Bilco Door makes!
Here's the way to add new beauty to your home. Replace
that wooden hatchway with a modern, all steel Bilco Door.
It's ruggedly built, weather-tight, and so easy for everyone
in the family to use! What's more.it will make your basement
more secure against intrusion. And it will pay for itself
many times over by saving repair and replacement costs
If your home was built without the convenience of
a direct basement entrance, ask us for Bilco's new hand-
book "How to Add Valuable Living Space to Your Home"
Stop in and see our display We'll
give you tree literature on how to
do It Or. we can suggest a man
to install It for you
AMERICA S FINEST
BuUding Suppfy Center-
1 1NDUSTRIAL DRIVE, MAHAPOISEn, MA./TEL.7S8-692
IXIT W-A Off ROUTE I9S OR NORTH ST OFF ROUTE 6
HOURS: Mon. -Fri, 7:30-5:00, Sat. 8:00 to 4:30
September 5, 197 9 PRESTO PRESS 37
CALL FOR EXPERT SERVICE
Richard F. Nunes
PLUMBING & HEATING
REMODELING, REPAIRS, SERVICES
219 Mill Rd. , Fairhaven
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
CAROLYN'S KINDER KORNER, 758-^593
DAY CARE CENTER - NURSERY SCHOOL
N UKbtKY bCHOOL bTARTb bEPT . 10 & 11.
MORE CLASSIFIEDS P^se ^2
WE WANT ONE MALE AND ONE
FEMALE SHORTHAIRED KITTEN.
PLEASE CALL 758-9083. GOOD HOME GUARANTEED.
DAVID C , STANWOOD
295-6104 OR 748-2997
ADULT BEGINNERS' SQUARE DANCE LESSONS. SUNDAYS, START-
ING SEPT. 9, 7:00-9:30 P.M., V.F.W. HALL, FRONT STREET,
MARION CENTER. REGISTRATION OPEN THROUGH SEPT, 23.
WALT MINNICK, INSTRUCTOR. FOR INFORMATION CALL
Q Q C C AQ (~\'D Q Q C "7 C Q A rTPD y1 D ^ ^
JANE LEONARD'S THE MULBERRY TREE DAY CARE HAS LIMITED
OPENINGS. LARGE COUNTRY FARMHOUSE AND LOTS OF OUT-
DOOR PLAY SPACE. ON BOTH ACUSHNET & ROCHESTER BUS
LINES. LOTS OF FRIENDS. WILL CARE FOR CHILDREN, INFANTS
AND UP. 15 YEARS' EXPERIENCE. REFERENCES PROVIDED.
REASONABLE RATES. CALL 763-5361 AFTER 5 PM . LIC. #7470.
MARION - 1820 CAPE, Renovated, 3 bdrms . , fireplaces, $44,800
MARION VILLAGE - For rent, Sept. through June, 3 bdrms.,
fireplaces. $250. Month. MATTAPOISETT - For Rent -
Near village, 3 bdrms. , large fireplaced living room.
K/\OL K,L,, /^o U4/y
EXPRESS SERVICE - KODAK C41 PROCESS 110, 126 & 35 MM
FOR ONLY 59<: ADDITIONAL. DROP YOUR FILM IN AM & RECEIVE
M rVT PM VOTT nOM'T PAV ^irAPnRT PT4A^?^/TA^V RTP A
INJLiAl rivl L\y U L-'wl^ I rMI. o LM r I r nMl\lVlrt O I , r\ I L . D ,
MATTAPOISETT. LARGE SELECTION OF FILM IN STOCK.
FOR SALE - COLONIAL BEDROOM SET. TWIN BEDS,
5-DRAWER CHEST, BEDSIDE TABLE WITH 3 DRAWERS.
VERY GOOD CONDITION. TEL. 758-6621 .
PAINT YOUR HOUSE THE PROFESSIONAL WAY
C DO A V /— ■ TTM r)n\T'PAT A TD 7 f C C T T 17 /~"TD T /~* AM A C T TTvT f
brRAY GUN RLNiAL. AlRLbbb , LLLO 1 KIO AN U CjAbOLlN L
POWERED. $12.50 TO $50.00 PER DAY.
OUALITY PAINT & WALLPAPER, INC. 997-3339 8 AM TO 5:30PM
LEITER'S DESIGNER FABRIC COLLECTION WELL BE IN TOWN
UNTIL SEPTEMBER 12. ONE LOCAL STOP FOR ALL YOUR SEWING
NEEDS. CALL 758-2906
LEATHER - REPAIRS, CUSTOM WORK AND
HANDBAGS AT WHOLESALE PRICES.
CALL LISA, 758-9253
FOR SALE - 12' BOSTON WHALER, 1970,
WITH 25 H.P. EVINRUDE AND TRAILER. $1600.
QUALITY CHILD CARE. TLC, ACTIVITIES, COUNTRY SETTING.
OFF ROUTE 105, ACUSHNET-ROCHESTER AREA. HOURLY &
DAILYRATES. 763-8776. LIC. #5955.
JIM AND NANCY BARRETT'S DANCE STUDIO.
SEE OUR DISPLAY AD ON PAGE 30.
JOE'S ARCO SERVICE
FULL TIME SALES POSITION IN WALLPAPER/FABRIC STORE.
ACUSHNET SAW MILLS CO.
CALL 995-1715 BETWEEN 8 AND 10 A.M.
SEAFOOD HERE OR TO GO FRIDAYS. LITTLE DONUT SHOP.
28 FAIRHAVEN ROAD, MATTAPOISETT,
(OPEN FRIDAY 6 A.M. to 8 P.M.), CALL 758-6242,
FOR SALE - LIKE NEW 250 GALLON OIL TANK.
APPROXIMATELY 1/3 FULL. $50.00.
CALL 996-2146 AFTER 5:30 P.M.
MASONRY - FIREPLACES, PATIOS, CEMENT, STONE,
AND REPAIR WORK. QUALITY WORK.
FREE ESTIMATES. 998-1754 OR 295-7039.
AKC GOLDEN RETRIEVER PUP. SEVEN WEEKS. WITH SHOTS
AND PAPERS. EXCELLENT FOR OBEDIENCE AND HUNTING,
T.V. ANTENNA SALES AND SERVICE
FACTORY TRAINED REPAIRS AND INSTALLATIONS,
ESTIMATES GIVEN. CALL VIN WALKER, 758-3721 .
DEADLINES - DISPLAY ADVERTISING, FRIDAY, 12 NOON;
NEWS, SATURDAY, 12 NOON;
OJjMooir ALU A Uo , ivivJN \Jt\ 1 , 1 U M . ivi .
TOWN OF MATTAPOISETT, MASSACHUSETTS
An aerial spray, for mosquitos, will be conducted on Friday,
September 7th, weather permitting. Anyone not wishing to
be sprayed is requested to place a white sheet on their pro-
BOARD OF SELECTMEN
John N. DeCosta, Chr.
Richard W. Blasdale
William F. Hubbard
Sept. 5th, 1979 Presto Press
TOWN OF MATTAPOISETT, MASSACHUSETTS
BOARD OF APPEALS
The Board of Appeals will hold a Public Hearing on the Petition
of George E. Feener, 39 Walnut Street , Fairhaven re property
owned by him at 147 Fairhaven Road and shown as being Lot 10
on Plot 21 of the Mattapoisett Assessors' records. Petitioner is
requesting a Special Permit to have a retail store at the above
location in accordance with Section III A 1 (Non-conforming use
section) of the Zoning By-Law. Hearing will be held on THURS-
DAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1979 in the CONFERENCE ROOM OF THE
Richard L. Seaman
E. Mason Welling
Warren C. Thompson
Robert W . Pierce
BOARD OF APPEALS
Sept. 5th, 12th, 1979 Presto Press
MATTAPOISETT ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS-Menu September 10-14
Monday, juice, hot dog in a bun, potato chips or French fries,
v:;getable sticks, peaches or pears, milk; Tuesday, spaghetti
and meat sauce, cheese sticks, green peas and corn, freshly
baked French broad, gingerbread, milk; Wednesday, turkey
sandwich and/or peanut butter sandwich, potato chips, vege-
table sticks, applesauce, milk; Thursday, round cheese pizza,
buttered com, celery sticks, peanut butter cookie, milk; Fri-
day, toasted cheese sandwich, French fries or potato chips,
oole slaw, choice of dessert, milk. |
38 PRESTO PRESS September 5, 1979
"V THIS WEEK'S
■ • Ll
FROM OUR DELI
TOP ROUND TOP ROUND
Neil's Butcher Shop
Complete Line of Quality Meats & Poultry
■758-4585 FMRHAVEN road, route 6, MATTAPOISETT
Daily 9 to 6 and Fridays 'til 9 P.M.
TRYOUTS FOR MELODRAMA
A reminder that tryouts will be held
tonight and tomorrow, September 5th and
6th at 7:30 P.M. at the Marion Art Cen-
ter for the old-fashioned melodrama,
"Gold in the Hills", by I. Frank Davis.
If you have questions contact Wendy
Bidstrup or the Marion Art Center.
The Men's Monday Night Bowling League
will begin the new season starting Sep-
tember lOth at 7 P.M. at the Bowlmor
WOMAN'S CLUB BOWLING LEAGUE
The Mattapoisett Woman's Club Bowling
League will begin its new season on Mon-
day, September 10th, at 1 P.M. at the
Bowlmor Lanes .
Expert service on Vinyl Wallcoverings,
Foil and Grasscloth.
758- 6066 Bill Wood
INTERIOR & EXTERIOR PAINTING (Insured)
MASON TARS; QUART
PINT and JELLY JARS
33 COUNTY RD.
RT. 6, MATTAPOISETT
758-6633 or 758-4258
Mon, -Fri. 8 to 5:30
Sat. 8 to 5
RpDtpmhpr S iqyq PRESTO PRESS 39
THE COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS
TOWN OF MATTAPOISETT
OFFICE OF THE COLLECTOR OF TAXES
NOTICE OF TAX TAKING
MORE ClASSIFIEOS Me
COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS
PLYMOUTH, ss. Department of the Trial Court
To JESSE MORENO and SHARON ANN MORENO, husband and
wife, both of Mattapoisett, in the County of Plymouth, and to
all persons entitled to the benefit of the Soldiers' and Sailors'
Civil Relief Act of 1940, as amended.
WAREHAM CO-OPERATIVE BANK, a banking corporation duly
organized under the laws of the Commonwealth of Massachu-
setts, having its usual place of business in Wareham, in said
County of Plymouth, claiming to be the holder of a mortgage
covering real property situated in Mattapoisett in said County
of Plymouth on Pine Island, given by Jesse Moreno and Sharon
Ann Moreno, husband and wife, to Wareham Co-operative Bank
dated June 15, 1973 and recorded with Plymouth County Deeds,
Book 3902 Page 281, has filed with said court a complaint for
authority to foreclose said mortgage in the following manner,
to wit; by entry and possession and by the exercise of a power
of sale contained in said mortgage.
If you are entitled to the benefits of the Soldiers' and Sailors'
Civil Relief Act of 1940 and amendments thereto and you object
to the foreclosure of said mortgage, you or your attorney
should file a written appearance and answer in said court at
Plymouth on or before October 15, 1979, or you may be forever
barred from claiming that such foreclosure made under such
authority is invalid under said act.
Witness, James P. Lynch, Jr., Administrative Justice of our
Superior Court, the twenty-fourth day of August, in the year of
our Lord one thousand nine hundred and seventy-nine.
Francis R. Powers, CLERK
Sept. 5th, 1979 Presto Press
THE COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS
TOWN OF MATTAPOISETT
OFFICE OF THE COLLECTOR OF TAXES
NOTICE OF TAX TAKING
1978-1979 REAL ESTATE
TO THE OWNERS OF THE HEREINAFTER DESCRIBED LAND AND
TO ALL OTHERS CONCERNED: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT
ON Tuesday, the 9th day of October, 1979, at 10:30 o'clock
A.M. at the Tax Collector's Office, Town Hall, Pursuant to the
Provisions of General Laws, Chapter 60, Section 53, and by
virtue of the authority vested in me as Collector of Taxes it is
my intention to take for the Town of Mattapoisett the following
parcels of land for non-payment of the taxes due thereon, with
interest and all Incidental expenses and costs to the date of
taking, unless the same shall have been paid before that date.
LIST OF PARCELS TO BE TAKEN
Moqilnicki, Euqene & Fern C. . 12 Atkinson Way,
Pro 102442 Atkinson Lot P8 L 1 P 8 L 1 1 81 . 60
Moreno, lesse & Sharon Ann. Bowman Road. Matta-
Bowman Road B 3525 P 607 219.30
New England Boat Builders, Inc. . Ocean Driven
Ocean Drive B4104 P 0712 1,938.00
Perkins, Barry, c/o Stone & Webster Eng. Corp.,
Wading River, N.Y.
County Road B 4259 P310 85.00
Pottpr Kpltnn O Tr Of Fir*3QiHo Ri=»^lt\r Tt- Kt£i\t,ir>^mV^
' L LCI t Liofi 1 v_/ . J i. 1 ■ • f 11 c b lUc XxcdlLy li.j. IM RW (TOm n
Street, Norton, Mass.
Main Street B 4341 P 142 Mattapoisett, Mass. 915.89
Prcissler, Edward R. , 1134 Lonameadow St. ,
Channing Lot 15 B 3826 P 655 Mattapoisett, Mass. 170.00
Raphael. Robert F. . 32 River Road, Mattapni?;ptt^ M;i<;<;
River Road B 4144 P 757 Matta'poisett, Mass. 571.20
Seaman, Richard L. & Ivy K. , Church Street.
FOR YOUR ALTERATIONS AND DRESSMAKING
CALL ALICE THOMAS AT
MAHONEY'S LANE. 758-2842.
PAVING BLOCKS (COBBLESTONES)
FOR SALE. 35<; EACH
CALL 758-4456 EVENINGS.
Church Street B 2580 P 294 Mattapoisett, Mass. 489.60
Viveiros, George, Wolf Island Road. Mattaonisett . M^.^.^
North Street B 3951 P 0213 Mattapoisett, Mass. 468.42
September 5th, 1979 Presto Press
BOARDING DOGS AND CATS
INDIVIDUAL INDOOR-OUTDOOR RUNS. HEATED.
ALL BREED DOG GROOMING AND FLEA AND TICK DIP.
LOOK'S ACRES KENNEL, ROCHESTER. TELEPHONE 763-5748.
FAMILY OIL SERVICE
NOW IS THE TIME TO ORDER CUSTOM SLIPCOVERS & CUSHIONS TO
BRING NEW BRIGHT & CHEERFUL COLORS INTO YOUR HOME THE
SUMMER & EARLY FALL MONTHS. WE PICKUP & DELIVER. 758-4512 .
TOWN OF ROCHESTER, MASSACHUSETTS
A public hearing wUl be held on the petition of ROCHESTER
GENERAL STORE, GERALD W. BUCKLEY and CECELLi^ ALICE
BUCKLEY, Box 283 - Walnut Plain Road, Rochester, MA., for
a Special Permit to extend the food and beverage service to the
lower level of existing building, LOTS 3 & 4, PLAN 6, ROUTE
105, MARION ROAD, ROCHESTER, on THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER
13, 1979, 7:30 P.M . , TOWN HALL CONFERENCE ROOM.
Maxine Spengler, Clerk
BOARD OF APPEALS
Aug. 29th, Sept. 5th, 1979 Presto Press
FULL TIME BUSINESS CONSULTANT, ACCOUNTING &
BOOKKEEPING SERVICE, NOTARY PUBLIC.
8 HAWTHORNE STREET, MATTAPOISETT. TEL. 758-2656.
WE BUY ANTIQUE TIN, IRON, WOODEN AND ENAMELED KITCHEN
IMPLEMENTS; ALSO OLD OIL LAMPS AND OIL LAMP PARTS.
THE STUDIO SHOP, CALL 758-»!684. PLEASE KEEP TRYING!
WANTED - RIDES ON WEEKENDS FROM NEW YORK CITY TO
MATTAPOISETT AREA (FRIDAY P.M.; SUNDAY RETURN) .
WILLING TO SHARE DRIVING & EXPENSES. 758-64 56.
HORSEBACK RIDING LESSONS. ENGLISH AND WESTERN
ASHLAND STABLE, 758-6672
1 BRYANT & MILLIE'S BIKE & GIFT SHOP, 167A SPRING STREET,
MARION. 748-0527. SERVICE-BIKES & SMALL APPLIANCES .
<;fiT MFW K, II<;Fn RTIfF*?- HAMDCRAFTFD GIFTS BA MC.
1812 HOUSE ANTIQUES , BOLLES CORNER, MATTAPOISETT.
11 AM - 4:30 PM & BY APPOINTMENT. CLOSED SUNDAYS AND
MONDAYS. WEALSOBUY. CALL 758-6267 .
THE CORNER SHOP, BRANDT ISLAND RD. & RTE. 6
ANTIQUES AND COLLECTIBLES.
' 11 A.M. - 5 P.M. CLOSED TUESDAYS.
THE PRESTO OFFICE IS OPEN FOR ACCEPTING CLASSIFIED ADS
ON THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY FROM 9 AM to 12:30 C 1:30 to 5:30
DEADLINE 10 AM MONDAY
IS ABSOLUTELY THE LAST MINUTE!
NEED PAINTING OR WALLPAPERING DONE IN XOUR HOME?
REASONABLE RATES AND FREE ESTIMATES GIVEN.
CALL DOM SURPRENANT AT 758-2687.
40 PRESTO PRESS September 5, 1979
THE HEAVY DUTY SAW
Chain Saw Day v
FOR SERIOUS WOODCUTTERS
All Day Saturday, Sept. 8, 1979
COME IN AND TEST RUN OUR FULL LINE OF PRO SAWS
AN AUTHORIZED ECHO REPRESENTATIVE WILL
BE ON HAND TO ANSWER YOUR QUESTIONS.
We also carry POULAN
for the Homeowner
The Power Shop
FREE Coffee & Donuts
AT FRANCIS GARDEN CENTER INC,
PROMPT, COURTEOUS SERVICE 6 DAYS A WEEK 8 to 5
Rte. 6 & Prospect Rd., Mattapoisett. 758-4274
A THANK YOU
We would like to thank Officers Phil Mar-
cosa, Wayne Viera and Kent Davis for their
efficient and gentle treatment in transport-
ing our mother, Mary Langlois, to Tobey
Hospital after her recent accident.
We are very fortunate to have this special
type of service in Mattapoisett.
The Langlois Family
Air Fair Inc. met again this past weekend
at the New Bedford Municipal Airport to
tie all ends together for another successful
Air Fair on September 9th. Final plans for
the acts (of which another group of stunt
planes was added) were discussed. Con-
cession plans are completed by all service
clubs participating. These five service
clubs are the N. B. Kiwanis Club, Jaycees,
Jaycee-ettes , N.B. Chamber of Commerce
and the N.B. Rotary Club.
Air Fair '79 promises to be the largest air
show in this area this year featuring vari-
ous air show aerial events, the famous
Canadian Red Stunt Team, Kendall Enter-
prises, a Massachusetts- Based air show;
Air National Guard Fly-overs, and a ser-
ies of various battle formations, ground
events, U.S. Marine Vehicle Display,
U.S. Cbast Guard Helicopter, tanks, jeeps,
trucks, 155 MM Howitzers, refreshments
PEIRCE & HAWORTH
ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES REPAIRED
RESIDENTIAL . COMMERCIAL
COUNTY ROAD AT MAIN S T . , M A T T A PO IS ET T
and food concessions galore, helicopter
rides and much more. This year each club
plans to serve something different and
this offers a wide variety of foods.
Admission is charged and parking for hun-
dreds of cars has been arranged, and a
free bus shuttle into the airport from these
parking lots on Hathaway Road and Mt.
USE YOUR COINS
SAVE YOUR DOLLARS !
You'll like our handy location and hours to
suit every schedule . . Now better than
ever with NEW MAYTAG DIAL-A-FABRIC
WASHERS for best results every time!
Do-it-yourself for economy
FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE
OPEN 7:30 to 9:00 7 DAYS A WEEK
Cash G Carry Store open 8 to 8 weekdays, 8 to 4 Sat.
HATHflWAY S LAUNDRY INC
RTE. 6, FRONT STREET, MARION. 748-0898
September 5, 1979 PRESTO PRESS 41
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Donald C. Jason, Publisher-Editor
Addressed Subscriptions. Mattapoisett-Marion 7 ^ 1 1
Rochester $7.50 year. All others Si 0,00 year / ✓ " ^ / /
DEADLINES; NEWS, SAT. 12 NOON; DISPLAY ADVERTISING.
FRIDAY 12 NOON; CLASSIFIED ADS, MONDAY, 10 A.M.
MORE ClASSIFIEOS Me
DISPLAY ADVERTISING NOON FRTDAY- MFW^ MDDM "^ATTrRDAV-
CLASSIFIEDS - 10A.M. MONDAY
THE PRESTO OFFICE IS OPEN FOR ACCEPTING CLASSIFIED ADS
ON THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY from 9 AM to 12;30 G 1:30 to 5:30
LAWN MOWING, COMPLETE GROUNDS MAINTENANCE, TREE
WORK, BRUSH REMOVAL, SUMMER CLEAN-UP,
CRUSHED STONE, DRIVEWAYS, R.R. TIES.
DARRELL MACCARONE, 758-2616- BOBBY CHASE, 758-6912.
BICYCLE SALES AND SERVICE
16" to 27" COASTER BRAKE. TO 10-SPEED.
DONALD GEORGE, MARY'S POND ROAD, ROCHESTER. 295-2351 .
WILL BUY AIWTHING OLD OR ODDS AMD ENDS.
CALL AhTYTIME. 994-8090 or 996-0921.
LYDIA'S HOUSECLEANING SERVICE. WEEKLY, MONTHLY,
INSURED & BONDED. CALL 995-5833 OR 995-1813.
ELECTRIC APPLIANCE SERVICE - WASHERS, DRYERS, DISH WASH-
ERS , REFRIGERATORS , ETC . ALL MAKES. WASHBURN ELECTRICAL
COMPANY, MARION. ■ TELEPHONE 748-0238.
KNITTING NEEDS & SEWING SUPPLIES
KAY'S KNIT'N SEW, 33 PARK STREET, MATTAPOISETT . 758-6637.
FOR THAT VERY SPECIAL GIFT.
A LASTING REMEMBRANCE OF THIS AREA.
SCRIMSHAW BY NAN CI. CALL 295-4813.
KITCHEN KNIVES, SCISSORS,
CUTTING TOOLS SHARPENED.
DICK KEYES, 758-2336.
CARPENTRY - ROOF, SIDING. ALL TYPES OF
REPAIRS, ADDITIONS, CABINETS. ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
CALL RUSS BONNEAU, 748-1554.
TRADITIONAL CAPE COD CAT BOAT. 2 0' x 10'
GOOD SAIL AND LONG SHAFT. OUTBOARD.
WANTED - A VIET NAM VETERAN INTERESTED IN AN
APPRENTICESHIP IN SAIL MAKING.
CONTACT VETERANS' OFFICE, 758-3759.
FOR RENT - IN MATTAPOISETT.
SECOND FLOOR APARTMENT.
CALL 758-6622 OR 758-6633
WALLPAPERING - PAINTING
INTERIOR & EXTERIOR. REASONABLE PRICES,
1 CALL DAVE 995-8047.
FOR SALE - OUTBOARD MOTOR - OLD 7 1/2 H.P. EVINRUDE.
RUNS. GAS TANKS EXTENSION HANDLE AND SPARE PARTS.
! COMPLETE DOG GROOMING SERVICE
FLEA AND TICK DIP. POODLE SPECIALTY
DENISE RENAGHAN. CALL 758-2837.
FOR SALE - 1963 CADILLAC SEDAN.
197 CADILLAC SEDAN. GOOD RUNNING AND GOOD TIRES.
CALL OZZIE GINGRAS, 7 58-2100.
POST CYCLERY, FORMERLY OF FAIRHAVEN , NOW OPEN AT 35
ZORA RD. , MARION. EVENINGS & WEEiCENDS FOR BICYCLE
REPAIRS AND PARTS ONLY. PICK-UP & DELIVERY IF DESIRED.
LES GULECAS, 748-1383
FEDERAL AUDITOR WISHES TO JOIN CAR POOL
FROM GREATER MATTAPOISETT AREA TO BOSTON.
FDR "^AT F - 14' WnDDFM RirNARDTFT 1 9'iH IH H P
MOTOR, ELECTRIC START. $200.00
IN WATER. CALL 997-8559
HOCKEY SEASON lb HERE! OUTFFi YOUR CHILD COMrLbitLY
FROM HELMET WIIH SHIELD/CAGE TO SIZE 3 HYDE SKATES FOR
THE PRICE OF A NEW PAIR OF SKATES. SOME EXAMPLES: HEL-
MET & SHIELD, $10.00; SKATES, $20.00; GLOVES, $5.00;
SHOULDER PADS, $5.00. CALL 758-6495 FOR INFORMATION.
PETER B. HODGES
BOOKKEEPING SERVICES, TAXES
9 RIDGEWOOD ROAD, MATTAPOISETT
FOR SALE - 19' FIBERGLASS HAWKLINE, 1970 85 H.P. EVINRUDE
OUTBOARD. MANY EXTRAS. OWNER RETIRING FROM BOATING.
APPRAISED AT $3000.00. 401-68 3-062 6.
TAROT CARDS, TEA LEAVES, BONE PATTERNS
AND OTHER READINGS . $5.00 FOR ONE HALF OF AN HOUR.
LUICE MONCEVITCH, 758-2371
LOST - KITTEN. SMOKY GREY & WHITE PAWS.
VICINITY OF RIVER ROAD.
SUBSTITUTES NEEDED IN ALL AREAS FOR THE 1979-1980 SCHOOL
YEAR. TEACHER CERTIFICATION IS PREFERABLE BUT PREVIOUS
EXPERIENCE AND/OR COLLEGE DEGREE WILL BE TAKEN INTO
CONSIDERATION. APPLICATIONS MAY BE OBTAINED THROUGH
THE SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, 135 MARION RD. , MATTA-
POISETT, MA. 02739. AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.
PERFECT CLARINET FOR THE BEGINNER STUDENT. A PRUEFER
SILVER THROAT DELUXE WITH CASE.
FOR RENT - POINT CONNETT - OCEAN VIEW. OCT. 16 TO MAY 1.
COMPLETELY FURNISHED HOUSE. $230. PER MONTH PLUS
UTILFTIES. MATURE ADULTS. LEASE & SECURITY DEPOSIT.
FOR RENT - BY WEEK, BY DAY, OR BY THE SEASON.
HERRESHOFF 12. CALL 758-2721 .
LESSONS AVAILABLE WITH RENTALS BY THE DAY.
S & S PAINTING. NEED INTERIOR OR EXTERIOR PAINTING OR
WALLPAPERING? FREE ESTIMATES . REASONABLE RATES. IN-
SURED. OUALITY A MUST. CALL US AT 748-2137 .
SIPPICAN ANSWERING SERVICE
NEW LOW RATES FOR MATTAPOISETT CLIENTS.
CARPENTRY AND PAINTING
ALL WORK FULLY GUARANTEED. INSURED. NO JOBS TOO SMALL
FRANK J. KUBIK. 763-8916 - 995-1813.
TUB MILL BROOK CATERING
BOB CARRIER, PROPRIETOR
SINGLE, REFINED MATURE WOMAN SEEKING UNFURNISHED
YEAR-ROUND 2 BDRM. HOUSE OR FIRST FLOOR APARTMENT
IN VILLAGE. MATTAPOISETT P. O. BOX 114.
MATTAPOISETT CENTER - HISTORIC SUMMER HOME NEAR WATER.
EASILY WINTERIZED. $34,500.
BIIHER'S REAL ESTATE. 992-7853.
FIREPLACES, CHIMNEYS, WOOD STOVES EXPERTLY CLEANED.
WESTLAND CHIMNEY SWEEPS
CALL DENNIS DESNOYERS, 998-3477.
PLAN FALL FOLIAGE WEEKENDS EARLY. LAKES, HIKING AND
LOTS OF COLOR. RENTAL, MOUNT SNOW AREA.
FOR SALE - HAMMOND ORGAN
CALL 758-2136 AFTER 6P.M.
42 PRESTO PRESS September 5, 1979
23 STATE ROAD, NORTH DARTMOUTH, MASS
Pleasant Street has also been arranged.
Tickets will be on sale at these parking
lots and advance sale tickets will be hon-
ored for the free bus ride into the airport.
No cars will be allowed into the airport
on the day of the event for public safety-
Police and traffic details have been Joint-
ly planned by members of the New Bed-
ford Police Department, U.S. Army Nation-
al Guard Military Police, Civilian Defense
and the Civil Air Patrol .
Many hours of meetings by many groups
and staff at the airport have taken place
during the past thirteen months .
Air Fair '79 was devised to promote the
facilities of this airport and to make more
people aware of its existence . All pro-
ceeds will be divided to each club for
their various projects and scholarship
awards programs .
THE NEXT MATTAPOISETT
Waste Paper Collection
10 AM SAT. to 4 Hvt SUN. , VAN AT
TOWN PARKING LOT ON
Courtesy of REPUBLICAN TOWN COMMITTEE
Save up to 75% on water
on fuel... and dollars.
Satisfaction guaranteed or your money back!
An Energy Consultant
will be here to show you how to
SAVE WATER AND ENERGY . . .
Sept. 6, 7 & 8
38 MILL ROAD, ACUSHNET
LUMBER G HARDWARE 995-1711
DECORATING CENTER 995-1714
Weekdays 7:30-5. Sat. 7:30-3
September 5, 1979 PRESTO PRESS 43
Come. M B'ltd-
^ Come now for Stickers at Station
(OFFICIAL MASSACHUSETTS INSPECTION STATION)
FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE
OPEN SATURDAY ALL DAY
8 TO 7:30
AND EARLY BIRDS GET FIRST PICK OF
EXCELLENT USED MATCHED PAIRS OF
SNOW TIRES *25
HUNDREDS OF USED TIRES *8
MOST ALL SIZES
MECHANIC ON DUTY FULL TIME
TUNE UPS, BRAKES, MUFFLERS, OIL CHANGES
6 CYL. $29
4 CYL. $24
SELECTION OF NEW
Also included in price is
Repacked Bearing, Turned
Drums and Complete Brake
CUSTOM or STOCK
AND OTHER EXCELLENT BRANDS
TIRE & AUTO CENTER
Pine St., Rochester. 763-2896.
Mon. thru Fri. 8 AM -4:30 FM; Sat. 8 'til 7:30
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